People entering a Northern California Jail were influenced by multiple factors regarding their decision to test for HIV and HCV

People entering a Northern California Jail were influenced by multiple factors regarding their decision to test for HIV and HCV. Some of these included their knowledge about HIV/HCV, their perceived risk of infection, and stigma around infection and testing. Most of them preferred an “opt-in” option, because they valued the choice of whether to test. (J. Myers, CAPS/PRC)

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