National HIV Testing Week starts Saturday 17 November

Together we are stopping HIV

Here's how...



It’s a good idea to test at least once a year. Test negative and end worries and doubt. Test positive and you can enjoy a long, healthy life – by testing early and starting treatment in time.



The sooner someone with HIV starts treatment, the better it is for their health. Treatment can also reduce the amount of HIV in the body to levels at which HIV cannot be passed on.



Most new infections come from unprotected sex with someone who doesn’t know they have HIV – so aren’t on medication and aren’t undetectable. So we all need to look after ourselves.

Watch videos from people playing their part in stopping HIV.

Play the video about HIV treatment
Play George's video
Play Mercy's video
Play Tom's video

Take action.
Stop HIV.

Use our online tools to help make the right decision on testing and choosing condoms.

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