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HIV infection rate increase and testing in Australia

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HIV infection rate increase and testing in Australia

HIV infection rate in Australia is at its highest in 20 years with an increase of 10 percent according to the report released by Kirby Institute of New South Wales. The rapid increase of diagnosed HIV cases has turned it into an epidemic. Studies conducted by the institute found out that 1,253 new cases were added in 2012. The number is still going to rise given that there are still an estimated number of 10 to 25 percent of people infected with HIV who remain undiagnosed. Sexual contact among homosexual men is the main contributor to the rise of HIV...

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HIV Status Awareness Gets Easier With HIV Home Test Kits

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HIV Status Awareness Gets Easier With HIV Home Test Kits

You are now capable of testing HIV in your own house using Other Company. This test is fast; easy so that you do not have to wait for weeks for the result this, and is affordable also. There are so many HIV Test kits you can find for home testing, but Other Company is the first of all FDA licensed HIV home test kits. Other Company HIV test kit is not readily available for sale, and that means you are not able to buy from the counter. You can only buy it from major pharmaceutical retailers or online pharmacy. Other...

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The HIV situation in Australia is getting worse?

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The HIV situation in Australia is getting worse?

And remember, this is diagnosed cases, it does not calculate people who have HIV and do not know as it shows no set symptoms and can go undetected from many years. It also does not count those who know butt have not been medically diagnosed within Australia.   Wiki. “On 19 October 2010, The Sydney Morning Herald reported that 21,171 Australians have HIV, with 1,050 new cases diagnosed in 2009. The Sydney Morning Herald also reported that 63% of Australians living with HIV were men. On 17 October 2012, The Daily Telegraph reported that up to 35,000 Australians have HIV, with 1,137 new cases” That translates...

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What about HIV testing in Australia? Should I get tested for HIV?

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What about HIV testing in Australia? Should I get tested for HIV?

Anyone in Australia of any age, race, sex or sexual orientation can be infected with HIV but you're at the greatest risk of catching HIV/AIDS if you have unprotected sex. Then, the single greatest indicator for HIV testing is if you have had unprotected sex with a partner who you are not certain is HIV negative. Do you know their sexual history? Do you know if they have been tested for HIV? Can you trust the information they give you in relation to their HIV status? As you can see if you have had unprotected sex there is a very compelling reason to...

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HIV is on the increase so what is Australia doing about HIV testing?

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HIV is on the increase so what is Australia doing about HIV testing?

Firstly, please consider this…”THE United States has authorised sales of the first over-the-counter home testing kit for HIV, the virus that leads to AIDS.” This means if you are concerned about HIV and wish to take an HIV test, you can purchase from an HIV home test kit from your local pharmacy. It’s convenient, safe and accurate. It simply leads to more people being tested for HIV and sooner. Sadly in Australia we are still some way from this and only recently has Australia started using rapid test kits, something most developed countries have been using for several years now....

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