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Heritage Labs Announces A1c Test Certification Milestone
Date:11/11/2008

Heritage Labs. "The A1c testing market is growing rapidly and we are proud to be able to provide consumers with the only NGSP certified at-home method of testing kit on the market."

About NGSP

The purpose of NGSP certification is to standardize glycated hemoglobin test results so that they are comparable to results reported in the Diabetes Control and Complications Trial (DCCT), which established relationships between A1c levels and risk for complications of diabetes. This certification assures that A1c test results are tied to a reference standard. The DCCT method is considered to be the gold standard for reliable A1c testing. More information can be found at http://www.ngsp.org.

About Heritage Labs

Heritage Labs International LLC, a division of Hooper Holmes, was founded in 1997 as the value leader in laboratory services that provide information to help people manage and reduce risk. One of the most automated testing laboratories in the industry, Heritage Labs has achieved certification from the College of American Pathologists (CAP), a recognized benchmark of quality. All kit manufacturing and laboratory testing is performed at Heritage Labs' headquarters in Olathe, Kansas.

About Hooper Holmes

Hooper Holmes is the leader in collecting personal health data and transforming it into useful information, enabling customers to take actions that manage or reduce their risks and expenses. As the leading provider of risk assessment services for the insurance industry, Hooper Holmes provides insurers with the widest range of medical exam, data collection, laboratory testing and underwriting services in the industry.

With presence in over 250 markets and a network of thousands of examiners, Hooper Holmes can arrange a medical exam anywhere in the U.S. and deliver the results to its customers. Each year we arrange more medical exams than any other company and process 3.8 million
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