Goodbody Health wins distribution contract

Goodbody Health announced that that it has signed a contract with Tasso Inc, the leading provider of convenient, clinical grade blood collection solutions, for the UK pharmacy and wellness market. Tasso produces a signature line of virtually painless medical devices to draw a capillary blood sample with no needles and without the need for a phlebotomist, which can then be shipped to an accredited laboratory for analysis using a compatible sample collection reservoir. This will allow more Goodbody Health clinics and wellness locations as well as other healthcare professionals to undertake the tests requiring more blood than is delivered through the finger prick method.

This is great news for Goodbody Health customers, who will soon have a larger range of patient-friendly options available from their local Goodbody Clinic to check on their health. Goodbody expects to be rolling the devices out through its growing network of pharmacies in the UK later this year. This is one of the many ways that Goodbody is planning to use the latest technology to bring the very best options to its customers.

The Goodbody Health Group Inc. is listed on the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE), the Aquis Stock Exchange – Growth Market (AQSE) Apex segment, OTC and Frankfurt Stock Exchange (FSE), providing current and prospective shareholders with multiple platforms in which to buy and sell Goodbody Health Group Inc. stock under the EPIC codes: CSE: GDBY / AQSE: GDBY / FRA: 484 / OTC: GDBYF).

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