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National HIV Testing Day

June 27, 2014


According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 50,000 people get infected with HIV each year in the United States. However, 1 in 6 people living with HIV don’t know that they are infected. To promote HIV testing, National HIV Testing Day is observed each year on June 27.
 
CDC recommends that everyone between the ages of 13 and 64 get tested for HIV at least once as part of their routine health care. Regardless of age, people at high risk of HIV should get tested more often.
 
Browse the links on this page to learn more about National HIV Testing Day and to find an HIV testing center near you.
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The U.S. Government Observes National HIV Testing Day

Statements on HIV Testing Day

National HIV Testing Day Websites
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HIV Testing Information and Resources

Learn about HIV prevention and nationwide efforts to promote HIV testing.
 
Find an HIV testing center near you.
 
Women and HIV/AIDS—Get Tested for HIV, from the Office on Women’s Health
Find information on HIV testing that includes topics of special interest to women.
 
HIV Testing, from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
Learn about FDA-approved HIV tests, including tests for use at home.
 
HIV Testing, from AIDSinfo
Read easy-to-understand information about HIV testing.
 
HIV Testing Resources, from the National Library of Medicine HIV/AIDS Portal
Explore links to resources about HIV testing.
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Research and HIV Testing

FY 2014 Trans-NIH Plan for HIV-Related Research: Comprehensive plan for all National Institutes of Health (NIH) HIV-related research for 2014, from the Office of AIDS Research (OAR), NIH. The Reducing New Infections section of the plan includes information related to HIV testing.

Clinical Trials Related to HIV Testing
, from the AIDSinfo clinical trial search tool. Call AIDSinfo at 1-800-448-0440 for assistance with your clinical trials search.

More Research Related to HIV Testing:

 

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