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In 1990, nearly 1.5 million human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) antibody tests were performed at publicly funded sites. Eight percent of those tests were performed for self-identified illegal injecting drug users (IDU). The authors examined data from 28 project areas using a client record data base that permitted an analysis of self-reported risk behavior by(More)
This paper reports on the six random samples tests conducted by National Poultry Tests Ltd. and discusses the change of emphasis from a Breeder supported test where entry fees were charged and chicks were supplied free to a test which was entirely financed by the Company from its commercial activities and from the sale of a Technical Bulletin called Poultry(More)
Street outreach has been demonstrated to be an effective strategy for reaching persons who are not served by traditional health-care programmes and are at high risk for contracting the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and subsequent acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS). The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) supports street outreach programmes(More)
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