CDC goal for routine HIV testing draws criticism

07/5/2006 | Wall Street Journal (free content), The

The CDC wants doctors to routinely offer HIV tests to people ages 13 to 64 to help curb the spread of the disease, saying 25% of HIV-positive Americans do not know their status. But some politicians and activists say the plan could infringe on patients' privacy rights, and argue more HIV/AIDS counseling and services are needed.

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