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HIV 101 May Not Influence Teen Testing

Understanding basic HIV/AIDS facts and risk factors may not encourage teens to get tested for the disease, says a new study. Researchers from the Bronx found that the biggest influence to get teens tested was an open line of communication with partners and being in a committed relationship. However, past data does suggest that people in relationships are more likely to forgo condom use than those who have causal sex. 

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