Study: Few at-risk Americans getting HIV tests

10/23/2007 | Yahoo!

Only one-fifth of those at high risk for HIV get tested in any given year, and more high-risk people say they plan to get tested than actually get a test, according to a study. The researchers also said that 25% of the 1.1 million HIV-positive Americans are unaware of their status and could be causing more than half of new infections in the U.S.

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