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New HIV test in BC helps reduce disease spread: Study

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‘Undetectable’ is both a milestone and an identity for gay men recently diagnosed with HIV
Roger Peabody, aidsmap
September 4, 2015

New test detects HIV more rapidly, B.C. study shows
Sunny Dhillon, The Globe and Mail
October 9, 2013

New HIV test in BC will help reduce disease spread: Study
Amy Judd, Global News
October 9, 2013

B.C. study shows new HIV test helps reduce spread of disease
Earlier detection means patients can avoid passing virus to others
Brian Morton, Vancouver Sun
October 9, 2013

Specialized testing and social marketing campaigns increase the detection of acute HIV among gay men
Michael Carter, aidsmap
October 10, 2013

New HIV test proven in BCCDC study results
An HIV test used to screen blood donations is now being used at six Vancouver clinics, to detect the virus much earlier. BC Centre for Disease Control say the test looks for genetic material of the virus, not antibodies to HIV.
Breakfast Television, City TV Vancouver
October 10, 2013

Early HIV-testing pilot project gets permanent nod in BC
Nathaniel Christopher, DailyXtra
October 10, 2013

Canadian province introduces new early detection HIV test
Andrew Potts, Gay Star News (UK LGBT online news source)
October 10, 2013

NAAT testing combined with social marketing campaigns improve detection of acute HIV infection among MSM in Vancouver
James WIlton, CATIE News
October 15, 2013

Vancouver Creates Better HIV Test
Winny McCroy, EDGE News (LGBT online news website):
October 21, 2013