Aids-Hilfe Steiermark wanted to "know" it in Hartberg-Fürstenfeld.
About 50 people in Styria each year are diagnosed with HIV for the first time. To increase awareness of HIV and AIDS, Aids Hilfe Steiermark toured the Hartberg-Fürstenfeld district from November 1
Thus, 40 percent of diagnoses were made late. This means that many are affected by the virus. Due to the development of medical treatment options, today's infected can lead to an almost normal life, but a major problem is that those infected with HIV or AIDS patients will be stigmatized in our society.
To Activities include readings with Matthias Gerschwitz, who received a positive HIV test result in 1994 and who reported being offensive and optimistic about his handling of the virus in his book "Finally Something Positive", as well as additional training for Thermenland health care staff in Fürstenfeld. "It is my hope that touring the district will raise awareness on this important topic and reduce exposure to people affected by the infection," Rupp said. LKH Hartberg medical director Primarius Günther Winkler and Hartberg Mayor Marcus Martschitsch also joined in on this hope.
On Monday, November 25, from 5am to 7pm, all interested in Hartberg State Hospital and The Health Center are anonymous and are free to conduct an HIV test and get advice from Aids experts help Styria. Graz test possibility: on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4.30pm to 7.30pm
Information: Aids-Hilfe Steiermark, Hans-Sachs-Gasse 3/1, 8010 Graz, Tel. 0316/81 50 50; E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Web: www.aids-hilfe.at
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