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To describe the population targeted for the rapid HIV testing program delivered via socio-culturally adapted services in primary care centers and to assess factors associated with uptake of first-time testing. This was a descriptive cross-sectional study.

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This program managed to reach a high proportion of vulnerable people. First time HIV testing rates were high.

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View PDF Download full issue. Add to Mendeley Share. Under a Creative Commons. Summary Objectives To describe the population targeted for the rapid Best asian escort in Hartford testing program delivered via socio-culturally adapted services in primary care centers and to assess factors associated with uptake of first-time testing. Methods This was a descriptive cross-sectional study. Conclusions This program managed to reach a high proportion of vulnerable people.

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