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19 January 2018

You can't get HIV from insect bites

You can't get HIV from insects because when they bite you they don't inject the blood of the last person they bit.

19 January 2018

You can't get HIV from kissing

There is such a small amount of HIV in the saliva of someone with HIV that you can't get HIV from kissing.

19 January 2018

You can't get HIV from sharing food

HIV can’t be passed on through food or cooking utensils even if the person preparing your food is living with HIV.

15 August 2017

The PARTNER study (2016)

Viral suppression for antiretroviral treatment prevents HIV transmission.

14 July 2017

How do you get HIV?

There are only four ways HIV can be transmitted.

14 July 2017

Condoms protect you from HIV

Unprotected vaginal or anal sex puts you at risk of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Condoms will protect you and your partner from these risks.

14 July 2017

Myths about HIV

Whatever you might have heard, there are only four ways you can get HIV.

14 July 2017

HIV prevention and treatment myths

There are lots of myths about how you can cure or prevent HIV. Make sure you know the facts.

06 June 2017

How to use a condom

There’s no harm in practising how to put a condom on beforehand.

27 January 2017

Global progress in preventing mother-to-child transmission

Between 2009 and the end of 2015, there was a 60% decline in new HIV infections among children in the Global Plan priority countries.