Make HIV testing a part of routine health care. FREE, confidential, and fast (20 minutes or less) HIV testing is available across the U.S.
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It's never been easier to get an HIV test! Free and low cost testing for HIV, and other STDs, is available across the U.S.
Since 2011, Greater Than AIDS and Walgreens have teamed up with health departments and local AIDS service organizations to provide FREE HIV testing around National HIV Testing Day (June 27). There are also providers in most areas that offer free and low cost testing year round - find one near you.
Desde el año 2011, Más que SIDA y Walgreens han administrado 35,000+ pruebas de VIH en las tiendas de Walgreens para el Día Nacional de la Prueba de VIH.
Heard about a pill to prevent HIV but not sure how it works? Want to know more about treatment as prevention? #AskTheHIVDoc has the answers!
Since 2011, Greater Than AIDS and Walgreens have teamed up with health departments and local AIDS service organizations to provide FREE HIV testing and counseling across the nation in the days leading up to National HIV Testing Day, June 27.
Hear from people showing pride for taking care of themselves and their health. Early diagnosis and treatment of HIV improves health, extends life and prevent the spread of the disease.
In this video, Dr. Flash gives guidance on starting the conversation with your doctor about HIV testing. Learn more about HIV testing and prevention from Dr. Flash in our #AskTheHIVDoc video series!
As with many other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), HIV often shows NO symptoms initially. As a result, people who have HIV often don’t find out until much later when the disease is further along and treatments may be less effective. Join Dr. Demetre as he explains how to know if you have HIV.
Is there a "window period" after a negative HIV test result? Join Dr. David as he explains what a "window period" is, when to get tested, and how to know if you should repeat the test. Plus, get additional resources on HIV testing.