What are the STI test options in East Brunswick,NJ?
East Brunswick experiences STD epidemics, with HIV, AIDS and Chlamydia being the most prevalent.
The New Jersey Department of Health Division (NJDHD) reports that cases of HIV are on the decline with 54% of Blacks living with HIV/AIDS in 2010 compared to 37% of Blacks in 2017.
Whites were reported with a slight increase to 25% in 2017 compared to 22% in 2010.
HIV in Hispanics are on the rise from 23% in 2010 to 37% in 2017.
Better education, free condoms and free and low cost screening has helped to lower the reported cases of those living with HIV/AIDS and deaths from the disease.
HIV/AIDS is prevalent in Middlesex County with 2,555 cases reported as of December 2017.
There are quite a few options for STD testing in the East Brunswick area, such as the Middlesex County Public Health Department on Bayard Street, located in New Brunswick and Raritan Bay Medical Center Immunology and Infectious Diseases Department, New Brunswick Avenue in New Brunswick.
Other clinics that offer testing are Planned Parenthood, which can be found on Industrial Drive, New Brunswick. Paid options are also plentiful in Middlesex County and are easy to reach by public and private transportation as well as available parking.
Many of these clinics offer STD testing services at a sliding scale fee, dependent on income and need or welfare eligibility, and at times may be able to offer free STD testing. However, your test results may not be available immediately.
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- Please contact the individual public clinic to confirm pricing. Test pricing at public clinics many times depend on income and welfare eligibility.