National HIV Testing Week 2019

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[By Dr. David Edward Marcinko MBA]

DEM white shirtDear ME-P Readers, Visitors and Subscribers,

Come to the Mütter Museum  for World AIDS Day; 2019.

I went to medical school in Philadelphia PA, and visited the Mutter Museum many times. If you’ve never been there – I urge you to check it out!


A Full day of activities and evening lecture is planned.

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Plan your visit today! #muttermuseum #vesalius #anatomy #medicine #rarebooks”


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4 Responses

  1. World AIDs Day 2017

    Everything You Need to Know.

    Hope Hetico RN MHA


  2. 58.5% of Adults Aged 35-44 Had Ever Had an HIV Test as of 2018

    The National Center for Health Statistics recently released early estimates from the National Health Interview Survey. Here are some key findings on HIV testing:

    • The percentage of adults who had ever been tested for HIV was 42.9% in 2018.
    • In 2006, the percentage of adults who had ever had an HIV test was 35.8%.
    • 58.5% of adults aged 35-44 had ever had an HIV test, versus 21.9% of adults 65+.
    • In 2018, 30.9% of adults aged 18-24 had ever been tested for HIV.

    Source: National Center for Health Statistics, March 2019


  3. 2019

    World AIDS Day is December 1st., 2019.

    Ann Miller RN MHA


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