July 22, 2010
Health Reform Covers HIV Testing for Adults at High Risk
Millions of people in the United States will soon receive free preventive medical services as a benefit of the health care reform law, The Chicago Tribune reports. Benefits vary depending on a person’s age and sex, but some of the services include HIV testing for adults at high risk, hepatitis B testing for pregnant women, screening for depression in adults and adolescents and screening for colorectal cancer for adults older than 50.
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