At Open House we can perform a test to see if you are carrying any of the important oncogenic strains of the virus.
As mentioned above, this test is most relevant to women, because the presence of so-called oncogenic strains of papillomavirus (those which may cause changes in the cervix and may then lead to cancerous changes) should prompt a more thorough gynaecological check-up with PAP smear tests being perfomred every six months.
It may also be an idea to do this test if you are an HIV posiive man as these strains may cause anal cancer.
Our test will tell us if the patient has one of three most common oncogenic strains (type 16, 18 and 45) but also is able to detect the DNA of any othe oncogenic strains present.
Results take just 24 hours: price 145€
But if you would like to get the results back in just 1 hour: price 195€