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China’s He Health rolls out online consultation services

The platform expanded its services after obtaining an internet hospital license.

Nasdaq-listed BlueCity’s health service platform for men, He Health, is introducing online consultation services and expanding its PEP (post-exposure prophylaxis) express delivery network in H2 2021, a media release revealed.

He Health obtained an internet hospital license in April, allowing BlueCity to invite doctors from relevant fields on to the platform to interact with clients rather than relying on third parties.

It also enables it to expand its services from men's health consultations to advice on issues like erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, HIV testing and prevention, and more, as well as drug accessibility services.

Meanwhile, coverage for the two-hour PEP delivery services during working hours will be extended from 40 cities to 100 in China by end-2021. Also, as domestically manufactured PREP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) medicine kits are more affordable, the number of users is expected to rise.

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