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Researchers have found that offering first-time patients a HIV test in an area of high-prevalence could help reduce levels of the infection and the cost of treatment in the long-term. The study saw 86,000 people from 40 GP surgeries be tested for the infection, with diagnosis of HIV quadrupling as a result.
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