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Check here if you've heard about a way HIV can be transmitted but aren't sure if it's a myth or fact. Make sure you know the facts.


Feb 13, 2017 ... Click above to view or download this fact sheet as a PDF slide .... Taking an HIV test is the only way to know if you or someone else is infected ...


May 27, 2015 ... Common beliefs about HIV and AIDS are still riddled with confusion and misinformation. Take this HIV/AIDS quiz to test your knowledge and ...


KNOWING FACT FROM MYTH HELPS REDUCE HIV-RELATED STIGMA, ... Do young people learn about HIV and how to protect themselves at school?


Myths and facts about HIV. ... Myth: HIV vaccines can give people HIV. ... to help them develop an individual plan on how to reduce their risks for HIV infection.


Oct 3, 2016 ... Here are 10 common ones, along with the facts to set them straight. ... about HIV, researchers have learned a lot -- enough to know that people who ... But you can get HIV by having oral sex with either a man or a woman who ...


Aug 22, 2016 ... Understanding the facts can prevent misinformation — and HIV — from ... One person passes HIV to another under certain circumstances.


You can get HIV by having unprotective sex with someone who is already infected .... Your counsellor or doctor can tell you about drugs that reduce the chance ...


Myth: You can get HIV from casual contact (shaking hands, hugging, using a toilet, drinking ... Fact: You cannot tell if someone has HIV by just looking at them.