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AIDS policy flunks its test

August 6, 2008

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TWO YEARS ago, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention broke with past policy and called for routine HIV testing among teens and adults up to age 65. The goal was to go beyond high-risk groups in order to identify more of the estimated 250,000 people who are unaware they are infected, and provide them with treatment and counseling ... (Full article: 446 words)

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