CDC: Nearly 30 percent of those at risk for AIDS virus haven't been tested
San Francisco ChronicleNearly 30 percent of people deemed at risk for HIV have never been tested, the government said in warning they could be unknowingly spreading the virus that causes AIDS. The study announced Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention involved more than 30,000 people in the United States. Some 73 percent of those considered at risk for HIV said they had been tested, but only 30 percent said they had been tested in the previous year.
—Posted: November 30, 2001
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