Published in Hematology Week, April 4th, 2005
According to a recently published report in the American Journal of Public Health, "Think HIV offered HIV counseling, testing, and referral to patients at 4 Massachusetts urgent care centers from January to September 2002. We compared the positive diagnosis yield of Think HIV with that of state-funded HIV counseling, testing, and referral sites."
"Think HIV found an HIV prevalence of 2.0% compared with 1.9% identified by self-referral testing," reported R.P. Walensky and colleagues at Harvard University.
"Urgent care center-based routine HIV counseling,...
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