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AAPHSS Proudly Announces New Performer Testing Service

Diane Duke

Adult Production Health & Safety Services (APHSS.org) is glad to announce a new addition to its network of performer testing facilities. STDStatus.com is currently offering performer-testing services at draw stations located nationwide.

“We are thrilled to be able to offer more options to performers for testing, especially performers that are located outside of the Los Angeles area,” said FSC Executive Director Diane Duke (FSC operates APHSS.org). “To comply with APHSS policy, STDStatus.com works with a national network of doctors and service providers, and they offer the Aptima HIV-1RNA Qualitative Assay test. It’s exciting to welcome them to the program.”

A unique feature of the STDStatus.com website is a “live chat” option where clients may ask general questions about testing and test locations via chat. STDStatus.com can also be reached by phone at 866-554-4296, 24 hours a day.

Performers and producers can expect STDStatus.com to return test results within 3-4 business days, with a cost of $149.00 for the performer’s panel of tests. In addition to the industry standard panel of tests, STDStatus.com also will include syphilis testing – free of charge – for performers.

“We are very excited to have partnered with APHSS in helping to maintain reliable health services for performers,” STDStatus.com President Michelle Leone said. “We look forward to extending our professional and convenient testing services to the adult entertainment industry.”

For more information on the APHSS.org program, please contact (818) 348-9373 or Joanne@freespeechcoalition.com.

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