Health Rewind: Will Couples Get Tested for HIV Together?

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HIV: Getting Tested Together

Increasing condom use among couples may be as simple as testing and seeking HIV counseling together, suggests a recent study. Researchers in South Africa tested and counseled 508 couples and found that 71 percent admitted to not using condoms. But a month later, they found that 92 percent of those same couples started using protection during sex, reported aidsmap


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