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Today is National HIV Testing Day

Take the Test, Take Control. National HIV Testing Day – 6/27/2010In the United States, nearly 1.2 million people are living with HIV.  Fifteen percent of women who are HIV-positive are unaware of their status.  It is important to be tested since HIV often does not show early signs.  Knowing your status when it comes to HIV can help you take the next step in maintaining your health or receiving necessary treatment. National HIV Testing Day is a great time to take action when it comes to your reproductive health.  Your personal healthcare provider is a great resource for HIV testing options.

For more information about HIV and testing options throughout Wisconsin, visit The Wisconsin HIV/STD/Hepatitis C Information & Referral Center for HIV testing questions.
Quick Facts:

  • In Wisconsin, 241 cases of HIV were diagnosed in 2012
  • Only one-third of Wisconsin adults have ever been tested for HIV
  • Early treatment of infected individuals with HIV medications can dramatically lower the level of virus in the body and lower the chance of passing HIV to others


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