Home based test for fertility, testosterone, influenza, vitamin D and inflammation

Nelson Vergel

Founder, ExcelMale.com
Let's see if this test really works. It has not been validated or approved as a device by the FDA.

Developed by a San-Diego based technology company of the same name, the Cue comes with single-use cartridges that measure fertility, testosterone, influenza, vitamin D and inflammation. (Those are the currently available tests, though additional ones will be added further down the line.) You add a droplet of saliva or blood -- or a nasal swab -- and the device analyzes your sample, sending information to an app on your smartphone via Bluetooth 4.0. The idea is that you'll perform tests several times to monitor your health, and Cue's app will show you charts that display your progress.


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