martes, 23 de septiembre de 2014

CDC - Testing - HIV Basics - HIV/AIDS

CDC - Testing - HIV Basics - HIV/AIDS


Image of a pen and virology check listGetting an HIV test is the only way to know if you have HIV. This section answers some of the most common questions related to HIV testing, including the types of tests available, where to get one, and what to expect when you go to get tested.
If you have insurance, your insurer may pay for treatment. If you do not have insurance, or your insurer will not pay for treatment, government programs, such as Medicaid, Medicare, Ryan White Care Act treatment centers, and community health centers may be able to help if you meet their rules for eligibility (usually low income and/or disability). CDC is working with its federal partners to make sure that all people who need treatment can get it. Your health care provider or local public health department can direct you to HIV treatment programs.

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