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HIV Getting tested

When it comes to HIV, knowledge is power. Knowing you are positive opens the door to treatment. With treatment, you can stay healthy for years.

Knowledge is also the key to living responsibly. When you know you are infected with HIV, you can take the precautions necessary to not infect others.

You can call your State Department of Health to learn where you can get an confidential test.

Or visit National HIV Testing Resources, a service of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, (CDC). http://www.hivtest.org/ for resources on HIV testing, including a national database of HIV testing sites and answers to many questions about HIV/AIDS and testing.

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