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Questions and Answers
Should I get tested?
How long after a possible exposure should I wait to get tested for HIV?
How do HIV tests work?
What are the different HIV screening tests available in the United States?
If I test HIV negative, does that mean that my partner is HIV negative also?
What if I test positive for HIV?
I'm HIV positive. Where can I get information about treatment?
Where can I get tested for HIV infection?
What is CDC doing to get more people tested for HIV?
Why does CDC recommend HIV screening for all pregnant women?
Questions and Answers: False-Positive Oral Fluid Rapid HIV Tests
Questions and Answers Related to MMWR: Persons Tested for HIV—United States, 2006
Last Modified: August 12, 2008
Last Reviewed: August 12, 2008
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