Facts About At-Home HIV Testing

Facts About At-Home HIV Testing

It is incredibly important to know your HIV status and the only way to know for sure is to get a test. Everyone should be tested for HIV at least once to establish their status, but people who are at a higher risk of contracting should get tested more frequently. The CDC recommends that people […]

Guide to HIV Testing: Answers the FAQs

Do you know your HIV status? The rates of HIV transmission have declined by 9% since 2015. However, there are still thousands of people in the United States alone who have HIV and do not know it. This is often because people who are not experiencing any HIV symptoms do not go for testing. Unfortunately, the symptoms of […]

How Harm Reduction Supports HIV Prevention

There are many infections and diseases which can be transmitted through our blood. Some of the most common bloodborne infections include HIV, HBV (hepatitis B), and HCV (hepatitis C). One way that HBV, HCV, and HIV transmission can occur is through the use of shared injecting equipment to use substances. Every time that a person uses a needle […]

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