The Trials Of A Home Hiv Test
In 1985, Elliot J. Millenson, 30 years old and flush with cash after some successful telecommunications deals, was looking for a new venture. The idea he settled on seemed simple enough, and he thought it would advance public health: a home-based test kit for HIV.
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