In Reply: Timely dissemination of information
about the use of HSC tests was the intent of the Food and Drug Administration
when it required HSC sponsors to collect this information and share it with
the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Dr Phillips and colleagues
mention several venues where we provided preliminary analyses on the use of
HSC tests. Their awareness of these presentations suggests that we succeeded
in our efforts to make this information accessible to persons responsible
for public health policy and planning concerning HIV testing. However, it
is not customary to cite such preliminary presentations, especially when they
have not been peer reviewed. Some of the data presented in our article had
been posted on the manufacturer's Web site,1
as Phillips et al indicate, and I informed JAMA of this fact.
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