Private vs. Anonymous STD Testing
Other websites will offer Private STD testing – but the small print says:
“private, not anonymous, STD testing. This means that your name and other identifying information will be linked to your test results.” Source: www.stdtestexpress.com
“comply with all state and federal laws that require doctors, health care facilities and diagnostic laboratories to report laboratory-confirmed cases of HIV and certain STDs to public health agencies. The information we are required to share may include your name, age and the condition for which you tested positive.” Source: www.stdtestexpress.com
In fact all labs, physicians, and clinics are required by law to report to the CDC positive STD results along with the name and details of the person:
“Any physician, intern, or other person who makes a diagnosis in, prescribes for, or treats a sexually transmitted infection and any superintendent or manager of a state, county, or city hospital, dispensary, or charitable or penal institution in which there is a sexually transmitted infection shall make a report of such infection to the health authorities in accordance with the provisions of section 25-1-122(1).
For more information: http://www.cdc.gov/std/program/final-std-statutesall-states-5june-2014.pdf
- Chlamydia trachomatis
- Hepatitis A,B,C
For more information: https://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/001929.htm
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