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We've Come So Far

There were 50,000 new HIV infections every year since 2003. Until something extraordinary happened.

HIV Positive—or—negative We can all help stop the virus.

Know how the virus spreads.

There is no cure for HIV, but by learning how the virus spreads, we can all do something to help stop it. That goes for everyone, whether you're living with HIV or if you're HIV negative.

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Why should I get tested?

Testing is the only way to know if you have HIV. And no matter what your test results are, you can take steps to help protect your health.

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Why treatment is so important.

Did you know that HIV treatment can help you live a longer, healthier life? And you can get started now. Ask your healthcare provider to tell you more about it.

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Feeling overwhelmed? Get HIV Answers

If you've been diagnosed with HIV, you deserve answers about starting and sticking with HIV treatment. So you can protect your health and help stop the virus.

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