POCATELLO — National HIV Testing Day is June 26. To recognize this national event and to encourage residents of Southeast Idaho to know their HIV status, Southeastern Idaho Public Health will be conducting free HIV, Hepatitis C and syphilis testing for the entire month of June at all of their eight clinic locations. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that one out of seven people living with HIV don’t know they have it and four in 10 new HIV infections come from people who don’t know they’re infected.
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