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Linkage to and Retention in Care for People Living with HIV/AIDS

 

Once an individual receives a positive HIV test they are referred to a medical professional/care to determine next steps and appropriate medications. It is important for individuals living with HIV to be connected to medical care as early as possible to prevent the transmission of HIV to others. This resource outlines the importance of linkage to care and what barriers come into play for individuals living with HIV when it comes to getting care.

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