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OHIO: Free HIV Testing Begins at Marion Public Health




 

Marion Star (11.12.2013)

A MarionStar.com article reported that Marion Public Health in Marion, Ohio, began offering free HIV testing at its 181 S. Main Street location on November 8. Appointments are available with Public Health Nurse Kristy Lee by calling (740) 692–9178. Testing is confidential, with individuals able to request anonymity for the initial test. Testing results are available in approximately 20 minutes. Lee also provides counseling and educational hand-outs.



 


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