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  • ROUTINE HIV SCREENING: A REVIEW OF THE EVIDENCE FROM 2007 TO 2010

    Since the USPSTF conducted its focused update of the evidence on routine HIV screening in 2007: earlier initiation of antiretroviral treatment has become the standard of care for HIV disease; much more is known about the serious long‐term risks of delaying antiretroviral therapy; routine HIV testing programs have successfully been implemented in a variety of settings; and most states have revised their laws or regulations to support opt‐out routine HIV testing.

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