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Health Panel Has New Reccommendations For HIV Screenings

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  Original Published: 5/5/2013  A federal health panel has issued new recommendations for H-I-V screenings, saying most teens and adults should get tested.    The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force says everyone ages 15 to 65 should get a one-time screening for the virus that causes AIDS.    And it recommends women get tested during each pregnancy.    It also recommends people in risk groups for H-I-V get screened once a year, at the very least.
   
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