She said the Commission meant to strengthen partnership with chiefs and queen mothers to influence and promote behaviour change through HIV education on modes of transmission and also encourage them to support the Commission's anti-stigma reduction programmes in their communities. "People living with HIV who take medicine as prescribed can achieve an undetectable viral load". "It is imperative for the prevention of HIV that our community offers widespread HIV testing to all". With an early diagnoses, people who test positive for HIV can start medical treatment to stay healthy and greatly reduce the chances of transmitting HIV.
The HIV Test Kits research report includes the products that are now in demand and available in the market along with their cost breakup, manufacturing volume, import/export scheme and contribution to the HIV Test Kits market revenue worldwide.
Tests will be available Wednesday, June 27, from 9 a.m.to 4 p.m.at Kalamazoo County Health and Community Services, 3299 Gull Road.
"We're really here for people who have a need for HIV primary care, regardless of their ability to pay", said Michael Weinstein, president of AHF. However, the location also has an Out of the Closet store, offers free HIV testing and has an AHF Pharmacy in the OTC.
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Last year, more than 340,000 HIV tests were taken through registered test sites in Florida.
"All it is is a little finger prick", said Gigi Robinson with New Horizons, "do a little brush, suck up a little blood, and you'll know your results". The county will participate in National H-I-V Testing Day on Wednesday.
In addition, Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) can decrease the chances of becoming infected by preventing HIV from taking hold and spreading throughout the body upon exposure.
Dr. Julio Montaner, who led the development of the groundbreaking PrEP treatment at the B.C. Centre for Excellence in HIV-AIDS, said he hopes the program will help end the HIV-AIDS epidemic.