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"Know Your Status" – World AIDS day only in 2018

"Know Your Status" – World AIDS day only in 2018

World Aids Day – December 1 Saturday is the best time to be tried for free in Lincoln.

There is at least one new HIV diagnostic in Austria. These good early HIV test tests have been in the same standard for the last few years. According to Aidschip, 520 new HIV positive diagnoses were registered in 2017.

At present there are 1,600 HIV infected people in Upper Austria. "Everyone should know their HIV status in order to start therapy at the beginning of HIV infection." As soon as possible, the treatment will improve the quality of life and life expectancy. "In addition, HIV transfers to those effective in the treatment of HIV," Eric Schiffer of Aidschaff Up Austria says.

Get tested for free

Those interested in Lights Club Nation (49) at World Aids Day will be able to test them free of HIV and syphilis from 21 clocks. On Monday, December 3, Aidshilfe Oberösterreich, in New Town Hall in Linz, organized a symposium with experts and partners in the topic beginning at 9:15 am.

Although there is progress in the fight against HIV infections, the worldwide population is infected with HIV-positive. Last year, 9.4 million people were infected with HIV. According to a report by the United Nations UNDADS, But in 2015, 33 per cent stake is still over.

According to a study conducted by Robert Koch Institute in Germany, 13% do not have an infection with HIV virus. The situation in Austria may be similar. The situation in West and Central Africa is particularly problematic: only six per cent of the global population lives here, but one-third of the 9.4 million population is considered to be HIV-positive. UNAIDS calculates data as per data.

In addition, more than half of all HIV infections worldwide are not controlled by the virus. This may be because the patient is not treated or the treatment is unsuccessful. Hence, if the HIV is not properly suppressed, the patient can send a virus. (Bar)

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