CDC in 2006 recommended routine HIV testing for people ages 13 to 64.

CDC in 2006 recommended routine HIV testing for people ages 13 to 64, and some hospitals have begun HIV testing for all patients. But the St. Louis program is the first such program in a pediatric hospital, Hayes said, adding that it is also the first program, young people, rather than parents, test decisions are possible. High-riskMissouri law, minors can make testing and treatment decisions for HIV and other sexually transmitted infections. At least 25 other states have similar laws, the AP / Globe reports. – Hayes said that many young people involved in high-risk behavior would not consent to an HIV test if the results were not kept confidential. We really want to remove that from the equation and let the young people decide to test for HIV, said Hayes, added: Otherwise, young people engaging in high-risk behavior to test.

Patients who tested positive for HIV then schedule a no-cost visit the hospital’s pediatric HIV clinic for counseling, education and information about how to get the diagnosis with relatives share. Young people who tested positive for HIV is not necessary analysis thatwith the parents to share, but the hospital staff will encourage them to do so. Ericka Hayes, a pediatrician at the hospital, that although young people may not be necessary to make positive diagnoses, parents or guardians shares will eventually need to be informed as it the cost of treatment responsible for the cost of treatment.Of the airways Needs neuraminidase of pulmonary infections.

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