Over the past 40 years, HIV has changed a lot.
Now it's time for our understanding of it to catch up.
When it comes to HIV, nothing is more powerful than knowledge. Because when you know your status, know how to protect yourself, and know that HIV treatment works, you can be brave, confident, and strong enough to face HIV and protect your health. Learn more about how Columbus Public Health can help below.
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Knowing your HIV status is an important step in taking care of your sexual health. Luckily, today HIV testing is usually quick, discreet and often free.
There are many ways to prevent HIV transmission before, during and after sex. One of the most effective prevention methods is by taking PrEP, a once-daily pill that helps you stay HIV-negative.
Know this: HIV treatment works. So if you have HIV, getting treated and seeing a doctor regularly can help ensure that your healthiest days are still ahead of you.
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