Cue Health Launches Pharmacy Offering to Empower Individuals to Manage Common Health and Wellness Needs from Home
Cue now offers over-the-counter and prescription medications for sexual health, birth control, hair loss, and more
Building on last month’s launch of its new collection of consumer-friendly, at-home diagnostic test kits, as well as existing treatment options that Cue offers for infectious diseases including COVID-19, influenza, and urinary tract infections, the all-new pharmacy offering now provides individuals with a convenient and private way to manage a growing number of common health and wellness concerns.
“Many of the conditions for which we now offer care choices and medication often go ignored or unaddressed due to a gap in awareness or a lack of discreet access, which can lead to adverse health effects,” said Dr.
Individuals can now utilize Cue to purchase over-the-counter medications either a la carte or by subscription, which they can manage by selecting their desired cadence. Customers can also choose to consult with a clinician to get advice or learn more about their condition and, if medically indicated, receive prescription medication in a dosage that’s right for them.
For a full list of Cue’s pharmacy options and information about the conditions that can be treated, please visit here.
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