June 27 Is National HIV Testing Day

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  • Why Don’t People Get Tested?
  • Types of HIV Tests
  • Getting Tested Once Isn’t Enough
  • What Happens If I Test Positive?
  • Take Advantage of National HIV Testing Day
  • Have You Been Tested for HIV?
  • Why You Need to Know Your Status
  • Not Enough Folks Are Getting Swabbed
  • Why HIV Testing is Important to African-Americans
  • That Means Straight Brothas’ Too!
  • There Are Many Testing Options
  • Testing Doesn’t Have to Be Scary
  • Who Should Get Tested?
  • Speak Up For Yourself
  • Why Late Testing Is Bad for Blacks

Getting Tested Once Isn’t Enough

OK, so you got tested and it came back negative. That’s good, but that one negative result doesn’t mean you are done with HIV testing for good. Maintaining a HIV negative status means taking all of the precautions and getting tested between every 6 months to a year to keep on top of your status. 

 


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