Indiana Clinic Uses INSTI to Support Community with HIV Testing

April 6, 2018

The Aids Healthcare Foundation and organizations in Southern Indiana have teamed up to help their local community get free and confidential access to HIV and Hepatitis C testing and treatment options, including INSTI!

In this article from the News and Tribune, it is reported that a mobile testing unit is used to test anyone aged 13 or over in the community. They use the INSTI test, so people receive their results in just one minute. Clark County Probation Officer Angela Rubadue, explained: “Something so unique about them is they have instant tests,” she said. “So when people get tested, they get their results right away and can get referrals and treatment set up at the same time.”

 

 

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