News — The difference between HIV home sampling and HIV self testing
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In 1966, photographer Nat Finkelstein was shooting the world-famous artist, Andy Warhol, for a proposed book. As the crowd gathered, attempting to get into the shot, Warhol muttered that everyone wants to be famous. To which Finkelstein replied, “Yeah, for about fifteen minutes, Andy”; creating the infamous adage “Everyone wants their fifteen minutes of fame”, or so Finkelstein likes to claim. Life is made up of a series of interconnecting moments. For some people, these short periods of time will be famous. For others, they will be life changing. Last week was National HIV Testing week, during which charities and...
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