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MASSACHUSETTS: Free STD Testing Offered in Yarmouth


Cape Cod Times (Hyannis) (05.02.2013)

On May 11, Yarmouth, Mass., police and health departments, in conjunction with the AIDS Support Group of Cape Cod, will offer free and confidential viral hepatitis, STD, and rapid HIV testing from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the community room of the Yarmouth police station. Testing will be open to all who are 18 or older. The police station is located at 1 Brad Erickson Way off Higgins Crowell Road in Yarmouth, Mass. For further information, contact the AIDS Support Group of Cape Cod at (508) 778–1954 or the Yarmouth Health Department at (508) 398–2231, extension 1240.


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