National HIV Testing Week starts on Saturday 17 November 2018 and there’s no better time to get tested and know your status.
That’s because it’s estimated that around one in eight people living with HIV don’t know they have the virus. Which means they’re not accessing the support available or the treatment they need to look after their health and prevent HIV being passed on to anyone else.
Join our MDXSU Public Health Society in the Quad on the morning of Monday 19 November to find out how you can get a test locally or order a free test kit.
What’re you waiting for? Get tested today!
Our Public Health Society president, Ant Babajee, wrote for the Middlesex Minds blog last year about how there is now cause for optimism in the fight against HIV and AIDS.
Details of our Public Health Society can be found on the MDXSU website, where you will also find details of local sexual health services on the SHAG (Sexual Health Awareness & Guidance) campaign pages.