Editorial: Opt-Out Testing: Who Can Afford to Take Care of Patients with Newly Diagnosed HIV Infection?
The appropriate adoption of a policy of opt-out universal testing for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) will likely increase the number of new HIV-infected patients seeking care by at least 25% over the next several years. On the basis of recent analyses, this policy will save lives and reduce... Full description
|1st Person:||Saag, Michael S.|
in Clinical Infectious Diseases Vol. 45 (2007), p. S261-S265
|Type of Publication:||Article|