HIV increase prompts Singapore to call for more HIV testing
This article was originally published in Clinica
Due to a rise in new HIV cases, Singapore's ministry of health is urging high-risk patients to get tested. 356 new HIV cases have been reported in the first half (January to October) of 2007 - an almost identical number as was reported for the whole of 2006 (357).
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