Thursday, May 5, 2011

Legal Barriers to Wide HIV Testing Now Mostly Gone

Most states and U.S. jurisdictions now have HIV testing laws compatible with the 2006 recommendations of the CDC, researchers reported.
Five states still have laws that conflict with at least some part of the recommendations, which were intended to make HIV testing part of routine medical care, according to Sarah Neff, MPH, and Ronald Goldschmidt, MD, of the University of California San Francisco.

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