CDC Manual: HIV Testing Among Adolescents, What Schools and Education Agencies Can Do

Making HIV testing a routine part of health care for adolescents and adults aged 13–64 years is one of the most important strategies recommended by CDC for reducing the spread of HIV. HIV testing is also an integral part of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy to prevent the spread of HIV and improve health outcomes for those who are already infected. State and local education agencies and schools are essential partners in this effort.

 

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