Carlos del Rio, MD, professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases, discussed a U.S. panel proposal to routinely screen all adults and teens from 15 to 65 years for HIV. He said he hopes primary care providers quickly add HIV testing to their routine.
"We're not very good as clinicians at figuring out who is infected," he said. "A lot of doctors are still uncomfortable with HIV. People say, 'People in my community do not have HIV.'"
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