Talk HIV. Test HIV. Treat HIV
The Communicable Disease Prevention Program of the Utah Department of Health joins the national movement to celebrate the first National HIV Testing Week USA (www.nhtwus.org) to increase awareness about the benefits of talking about HIV, getting tested for HIV and getting treated for HIV.
Talk HIV. Test HIV. Treat HIV. It starts with a conversation and knowing your HIV status.
From http://aids.gov/news-and-– across the United States AIDS service organizations, health centers, community clinics, hospitals, doctor’s offices community agencies, and public health departments will join together to talk to those they serve about National HIV Testing Day (
events/awareness-days/hiv- testing-day/). This initiative encourages organizations and healthcare providers to plan and expand HIV testing events designed to increase the numbers of people who are aware of their HIV status.
Please join the efforts of our local health departments and our partner community agencies to raise awareness about knowing one’s HIV status, to identify those living with HIV, confirm the diagnosis, assist with entry into HIV care and services, reduce the number of persons with late HIV diagnosis and ultimately reduce HIV infection in our community.
Get tested, Start Talking. Stop HIV. http://www.cdc.gov/