National HIV Testing Week
World AIDS Day falls on 1 December, and as part of its World AIDS Day activities, the Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) is promoting its first ever National HIV Testing Week – running from today (23 November) through to 1 December. Funded by the Department of Health, the week aims to encourage communities at an increased risk of infection (gay men and Africans) to test more regularly for the virus. A number of events are already planned across England during the week, targeting people most at risk of HIV.
Know your status?
Do you know your HIV status? If the answer to that question is ‘no’, then why not? To be blunt, if you’re a sexually active gay or bisexual man, there’s not a single good reason to avoid a regular HIV text and to be continually aware of your status.
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