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Implications for HIV testing policy derived from combining data on voluntary confidential testing with viral sequences and serological analyses
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    Genomicizing Behavioral HIV Prevention: Next Steps
    • Rhonda Rosenberg, Research Assistant Professor
    • Other Contributors:
      • Robert Malow, Prof. & Director of the AIDS Prev. Program, FIU Stempel School of Public Health

    Dear Editor,

    The study reported by Brown et al 1. underscores the urgent need for targeted testing and supportive strategies of opt-out testing and post-exposure prophylaxis. We agree with the editorial review by Steckler & Golden 2., recommending more aggressive analysis of why testing is accepted/rejected or offered/not pursued by providers; however, we would add a further strategy for the field to consider. Wh...

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