When the level of HIV in a person's blood is so low that it cannot be detected, it means that person has an undetectable viral load and cannot transmit the virus to others. Learn more about viral load testing in the new UNAIDS report: #KnowYourStatus
When pregnant women living with HIV know their status and are on treatment, they stop the transmission of HIV to their babies. Learn more about HIV testing in the new UNAIDS report: #KnowYourStatus
When pregnant women living with HIV know their status and are on treatment, they stop the transmission of HIV to their babies. Latest from : #KnowYourStatus
New UNAIDS report calls for increased efforts to reach the 9.4 million people living with HIV who are not aware they have the virus and the 19.4 million people who do not have suppressed viral loads. #KnowYourStatus
Diagnosing children living with HIV and starting them on treatment can be challenging but new innovations in HIV testing are making it easier and saving lives. Find out more in our new report. #KnowYourStatus
Diagnosing children living with HIV and starting them on treatment can be challenging but new innovations in HIV testing are making it easier and saving lives. Find out more in our latest report. #KnowYourStatus
Diagnosing children living with HIV and starting them on treatment can be challenging but new innovations in HIV testing are making it easier and saving lives. Find out more in our latest report. #KnowYourStatus
Taboos and misunderstandings about #HIV persist and often stop people from accessing the services & info they need. Read the new report to find out how innovations in HIV testing are helping people know their status more easily: #KnowYourStatus
Great to see #WorldAIDSDay report features our READY partner ’s peer-led CATS intervention to support young people living with #HIV. #KnowYourStatus #WeAreREADY. Watch Ntsiki's story -
The #WorldAIDSDay Report features the family of Mandisa Tyadi Dukashe from Eastern Cape. A health care professional living with HIV, Mandisa encourages people to get tested and take treatment if HIV+ for the sake of your loved ones #KnowYourStatus
. calls for increased efforts to reach the 9.4 million people living with #HIV who are not aware they have the virus and the 19.4 million people who do not have suppressed viral loads. #KnowYourStatus
When the level of HIV in a person's blood is so low that it cannot be detected, it means that person has an undetectable viral load and cannot transmit the virus to others. Learn more about viral load testing in the new UNAIDS report: #KnowYourStatus
Diagnosing children living with HIV and starting them on treatment can be challenging but new innovations in HIV testing are making it easier and saving lives. Find out more in our latest report. #KnowYourStatus
Diagnosing children living with HIV and starting them on treatment can be challenging but new innovations in HIV testing are making it easier and saving lives. Find out more in our latest report. #KnowYourStatus
Cuando las mujeres embarazadas que viven con #VIH conocen su estado y reciben tratamiento, detienen la transmisión del virus a sus bebés. Conoce más sobre pruebas del VIH en el nuevo informe de ONUSIDA: #ConoceTuEstado #KnowYourStatus #CeroDiscriminación
Taking an HIV test can be stressful and life-changing. But no matter the result, the test provides vital information that can help people be more informed and live healthier lives. Find out more in the new report: #KnowYourStatus
A new report shows that of all people living with #HIV 1 in 4 don’t know they have it. Knowledge is power. Know your viral load. #KnowYourStatus. Read the report here: #WorldAIDSDay⁠ ⁠#WAD2018
On #WorldAIDSday and every day: Let’s #endstigma to #stopHIV. Learn how at . #EndAIDS
Diagnosing children living w/#HIV and starting them on treatment can be challenging but new innovations in HIV testing are making it easier and saving lives. Find out more in the new report. #KnowYourStatus
. calls for increased efforts to reach the 9.4 million people living with #HIV who are not aware they have the virus and the 19.4 million people who do not have suppressed viral loads. #KnowYourStatus
#HIV testing gives people the knowledge they need to make choices—choices on the right options for treatment & prevention. Knowledge really is power. Live life positively #KnowYourStatus. Learn more: #WorldAIDSDay
#HIV testing & viral load testing should be equal and accessible to all people living w/#HIV, without exception. Knowledge is power. #KnowYourStatus, know your viral load Learn more:
An estimated 49% of people living w/#HIV / #tuberculosis are unaware of their coinfection so are not on treatment, which increases their risk of mortality. Read more about HIV and TB testing and treatment in the new report. #KnowYourStatus
#KnowYourStatus, know your viral load. Knowledge really is power. The power of people to determine the right options to keep healthy. And the power to stay well & live long and productive lives. Let’s ensure that everyone has that power. More on :