Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, June 9th, 2002
Previous guidelines from federal health officials have been less specific, urging doctors to recommend HIV tests for patients whose behavior might put them at risk for infection.
But studies conducted in the past few years have shown gay and bisexual men, possibly lulled into complacency by medical breakthroughs that have allowed AIDS patients to live longer, are having more unprotected sex.
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