Published in AIDS Weekly, March 20th, 1995
The report released March 9, 1995, by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) was based on a 1993 survey and produced results almost identical to a similar study conducted in 1990.
In the new survey, the CDC said 66.7 percent of those who received the test for HIV antibodies got it from a private doctor, hospital or outpatient clinic. Almost all the rest went to a publicly funded clinic.
The CDC said about six in 10 of those tested at public...
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