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    Kroger to Sell New Ecstasy Drug Test

    LAKE FOREST, Calif. - Worldwide Medical Corp., marketer of First Check branded home screening tests for drugs of abuse, alcohol, cholesterol and colorectal disease, has secured a regional distribution agreement with Kroger for its test of the popular recreational drug ecstasy.

    LAKE FOREST, Calif. - Worldwide Medical Corp., marketer of First Check branded home screening tests for drugs of abuse, alcohol, cholesterol and colorectal disease, has secured a regional distribution agreement with Kroger for its test of the popular recreational drug ecstasy.

    Kroger is the first national retailer to order First Check's recent FDA-cleared home Ecstasy (MDMA) screening test, which will be shipped this week to multiple Kroger's Peyton Distribution centers. Peyton Distribution centers service more than 2,000 Kroger-owned supermarkets across 36 different states in the United States.

    "The availability of our First Check Ecstasy (MDMA) immediate result, FDA Cleared drug test will provide parents and those that have a 'Need to Know Now' a tool against this widely abused drug that has reached epidemic proportion among our country's youth," said Daniel G. McGuire, president and CEO of Worldwide Medical Corp.

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