National Gay Men’s HIV & AIDS Awareness Day

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Today marks National Gay Men’s HIV & AIDS Awareness Day, an opportunity to focus our attention on the impact of HIV and AIDS on gay and bisexual men.

 

Marvell Terry, II, HRC HIV & AIDS Project Fellow, remembers testing positive for HIV in 2007 and some of the barriers he faced connecting to care.

 

“It was difficult at first,” said Terry. “But knowing your HIV status is an important part of taking care of yourself and the people around you. On National Gay Men’s HIV & AIDS Awareness Day, we must be vigilant in our efforts to educate our community about the importance of getting tested and treated for HIV.”

 

Know Your Prevention and Treatment Options

 

For HIV-negative gay and bisexual men who are sexually active, there are more tools available and more actions to take to stay safe and healthy. Some are listed below, but even more information is available at Start Talking. Stop HIV.

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