What are the STI test options in Edison,NJ?
As far as New Jersey and the rest of Middlesex County go, Edison Township isn’t doing too badly, with 289 cases of bacterial STDs in 2016.
At the end of 2017, there were 207 people in Edison living with HIV or AIDS, most of them over 45. In 2015, Edison had 233 cases of chlamydia and 41 of gonorrhea.
New Jersey’s government plans to eradicate HIV by 2025 through better treatment and medication, including PrEP for at-risk individuals.
Edison (and its surrounding areas) has a number of clinics you can go to, including at least one that provides free STD testing for HIV only. You can find the Edison Department of Health and Human Services on Idlewild Rd and the Toth Memorial Health Center on Municipal Blvd. If you can travel to Plainfield, New Brunswick, or Perth Amboy, you can find even more options.
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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.