Commentary: Routine testing could reduce spread of HIV/AIDS

06/11/2007 | San Francisco Chronicle

The California Senate and governor should work to approve a measure that would promote routine, voluntary HIV/AIDS testing, state Assembly member Patty Berg, California Medical Association president Anmol S. Mahal and AIDS Healthcare Foundation president Michael Weinstein write in this commentary. The testing would allow for early diagnosis and treatment, which could prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS and reduce the number of AIDS-related deaths, they write.

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