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Home-use HIV test comparison with "current" testing practices urged in NEJM letter.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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HOME HIV TEST COMPARISON WITH CURRENT TESTING PRACTICES RECOMMENDED in a letter published in the May 11 New England Journal of Medicine. A trio of public health experts suggested that comparing the telephone counseling that would be received via a home-use HIV kit "with prevailing practice" rather than an "idealized notion of testing and counseling" would be helpful "in considering" the "risks and benefits" of an over-the-counter HIV test.
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