Philly's Rise in HIV Among Young Gay Males Has Led to New Testing Measures ... at Night Clubs

Ryan Case/Philadelphia City Paper
Philadelphia City Paper | August 5, 2008
Years ago, drawing vials of blood and waiting two weeks for results gave way to a finger-prick or cheek swab and a 20-minute wait. Since today's tests are light on equipment, the process has been moved out of stuffy clinics and into RVs that can be parked in parts of town where incidences of the disease run high.

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