Large UK study shows low rates of HIV testing, even among those who think they are at risk


aidsmap/nam, 21 December 2015

A major household survey of adults in the UK shows that, even among people who perceive themselves to be at risk of HIV infection, only 14% had recently taken an HIV test.

While people with riskier sexual behaviour and people who were aware of their vulnerability to HIV were more likely to take a test than other people, a majority in this group had never taken an HIV test.

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By J Pope

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