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At-Home Collection Kit

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  • Convenient & Fast Online Ordering

    Order the test from the comfort of your home. Request form provided with no visit to your doctor required.

  • Self Collect Easily, Delivered to Your Door

    With a small swab and easy-to-follow instructions, you can collect your sample when and where it works best for you.

  • Immediate, Secure Results Access

    When your results are ready, you will receive a notification to access your results over our secure platform.

At a Doctor’s Office

  • Order through your healthcare provider

    Visit your health care provider to find out if HPV testing is right for you.

  • Book a clinic visit

    Your health care provider will collect your sample during your initial or subsequent visit.

  • Results via your health care provider

    When your results are ready, your health care provider will review and discuss them with you.

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Cervical Health (HPV) Kit
Accessible, convenient and comfortable HPV testing

Testing for HPV is an important step in detecting cervical cancer early, but many people aren’t able to complete the test in a doctor’s office. Some may be too embarrassed or anxious, while others can’t access a health care provider. ​

The Cervical Health (HPV) Kit by LifeLabs offers a quick, easy, and convenient way to collect your sample in the comfort and privacy of your home.


What is HPV? How is HPV linked to cervical cancer?

Human Papillomavirus, or HPV, primarily spreads through sexual activity. It causes 95% of cervical cancer cases. The symptoms aren’t always obvious, so most people with HPV don’t even know they have it.

There are two types of HPV: high-risk and low-risk. Two of the high-risk HPV types (16 and 18) cause majority of the cervical cancers and pre-cancerous cervical cell changes. Infection from a high-risk HPV can cause cervical cancer if not found and treated.

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Why is HPV testing important?

Testing can tell you if you are infected with a high-risk HPV type.

Early detection can help your doctor determine a treatment plan to prevent or treat cervical cancer.

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Who should get tested for HPV?

HPV testing is available for anyone with a cervix aged 25 years and over and sexually active.

Your health care provider may also decide to order an HPV test along with your Pap test or to assist with follow up on abnormal Pap results.

Even if you have received the HPV vaccination, it’s recommended to get tested.

To use the test, you must not be menstruating, pregnant, or have given birth in the last three months.

Note: HPV testing is currently not part of Ontario’s cervical screening program and until HPV testing is implemented in the Ontario Cervical Screening Program, cervical screening with a Pap test is safe, accurate and allows people to receive key benefits of organized screening.

Order a kit today

The HPV Kit is a quick and easy way to collect your vaginal sample from the comfort and privacy of your home

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