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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Sam Hoehnle
Newly dating and slightly anxious, two men bared their arms for blood tests and pondered the possibility that one of them, or both, could be infected with HIV. An innovative program _ called Testing Together _ would allow them to hear their test results minutes later, while sitting side by side.
He tells the HIV negative partner his results first, then spends more time and attention on the HIV positive partner.
"You don't know what's happening internally, in their heads, about how they're feeling about each other," he said.