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When screening for HIV, how good should a test be?

By Stephen Smith
Globe Staff / August 11, 2008

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Dr. Rochelle Walensky has devoted much of her career to championing the importance of routine AIDS testing. It is, she and other HIV specialists insist, vital to stopping spread of the virus and to getting people treated when powerful drugs can deliver the biggest punch. (Full article: 905 words)

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