July 28, 2011
Budget Cuts Close Two New Hampshire HIV, STI Clinics
Two southern New Hampshire counseling and testing clinics for sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including HIV, shut down as of July 1 because of state budget cuts, The Nashua Telegraph reports. The Nashua and Manchester programs relied primarily on annual health department grants and state laboratory testing. Most people using the services had no health insurance and were low-income residents seeking confidentiality.
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