CDC to urge routine testing in revised HIV guidelines

In a major revision of its HIV guidelines, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention plans to recommend voluntary HIV testing as part of routine medical care for all Americans ages 13 to 64. In addition, the agency also will recommend cutting back requirements on pretest counseling and consent forms, in order to simplify testing and reach more HIV-positive patients sooner.

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