To stop the spread of HIV among populations where the infection is on the rise, federal health experts are proposing HIV testing as a routine part of medical care. The hope is that people who know they are infected would seek care and would not infect others. But there is a risk that without proper counseling and resources, people who test positive may be afraid to come forward for treatment.
The Call for Routine HIV Testing Grows in the U.S.
News & Features Brenda Wilson · NPR ·