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When Should I Start Treatment? Without treatment, people living with HIV can become ill because of the damage HIV does to the immune system. The immune system is your body’s way of protecting itself from illnesses caused by germs, bacteria or infections.

When Should I Start Treatment? Without treatment, people living with HIV can become ill because of the damage HIV does to the immune system. The immune system is your body’s way of protecting itself from illnesses caused by germs, bacteria or infections.

UNAIDS announces on May 31, that 2 million more people living with HIV on treatment bringing new total to 17 million. The Global AIDS Update 2016 shows that the number of people accessing ARVs has more than doubled since 2010.

UNAIDS announces on May 31, that 2 million more people living with HIV on treatment bringing new total to 17 million. The Global AIDS Update 2016 shows that the number of people accessing ARVs has more than doubled since 2010.

It's important for society to know that HIV exists and it isn't something we should push under the rug.  Protect yourself.

Prevención de enfermedades/infecciones de transmisión sexual

It's important for society to know that HIV exists and it isn't something we should push under the rug. Protect yourself.

Discriminating against people who are infected with HIV or anyone thought to be at risk of infection violates individual human rights and endangers public health. Everyone infected with and affected by HIV and AIDS deserves compassion and support. (Article 2 of the Convention on the rights of the child).

Discriminating against people who are infected with HIV or anyone thought to be at risk of infection violates individual human rights and endangers public health. Everyone infected with and affected by HIV and AIDS deserves compassion and support. (Article 2 of the Convention on the rights of the child).

CHOOSING AN HIV REGIMEN The choice of HIV medicines to include in an HIV regimen depends on a person’s individual needs. When choosing an HIV regimen, people with HIV and their health care providers consider the following factors: There are several recommended HIV regimens, but selecting the best regimen for a particular person depends on the factors listed above. If you are starting HIV treatment for the first time, NIH AIDSInfo shares information about selecting a first HIV regimen.

CHOOSING AN HIV REGIMEN The choice of HIV medicines to include in an HIV regimen depends on a person’s individual needs. When choosing an HIV regimen, people with HIV and their health care providers consider the following factors: There are several recommended HIV regimens, but selecting the best regimen for a particular person depends on the factors listed above. If you are starting HIV treatment for the first time, NIH AIDSInfo shares information about selecting a first HIV regimen.

national black hiv aids day. www.cbwellness.org #CBWF @CBWellness Foundation

#RealTalk About HIV/AIDS In The Black Community

national black hiv aids day. www.cbwellness.org #CBWF @CBWellness Foundation

The risk of sexual transmission of HIV can be reduced if people do not have sex, if uninfected partners have sex only with each other or if people have safer sex -- sex without penetration or using a condom. The only way to be completely sure to prevent the sexual transmission of HIV is by abstaining from all sexual contact.

The risk of sexual transmission of HIV can be reduced if people do not have sex, if uninfected partners have sex only with each other or if people have safer sex -- sex without penetration or using a condom. The only way to be completely sure to prevent the sexual transmission of HIV is by abstaining from all sexual contact.

HIV can also be transmitted when the skin is cut or pierced using an unsterilized needle, syringe, razorblade, knife or any other tool. People who inject themselves with drugs or have sex with drug users are at high risk of becoming infected with HIV.

HIV can also be transmitted when the skin is cut or pierced using an unsterilized needle, syringe, razorblade, knife or any other tool. People who inject themselves with drugs or have sex with drug users are at high risk of becoming infected with HIV.

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