CDC recommends that everyone ages 13 to 64 can be test for HIV.

Everyone may help Latino tested the cycle of HIV infection by more than a first step toward prevention. CDC recommends that everyone ages 13 to 64 can be test for HIV, so that they can take steps to protect themselves and their partners. This is particularly important for Latinos diagnosed with the largest proportion of people living with HIV late in the course of infection, when treatment is less effective.

We are working to increase HIV testing, make sure that HIV prevention programs HIV prevention programs those who need them, new programs research and new programs specific needs of a specific needs of a multi-ethnic Latino community be. We also work with community leaders a Hispanic / Latino action plan to accelerate progress and reduce the toll of HIV among Latinos throughout the country to develop.. Statement by Maria E. Alvarez, Acting Associate Director, Hispanic / Latino Executive Committee, Division of HIV / AIDS prevention, NCHHSTP, CDC:In the case of CDC, HIV prevention among Latinos is one of our highest priorities for the fighting the epidemic.$ 222 000 Working Group Publishes Report on vaccines, Microbicide Research, Development.

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