HIV is my health...isn't it?
HIV is my health . . .isn't it?
"Being HIV positive can often mean that other health issues take a back seat. Your sexual health may seem unimportant; most HIV clinics can advise you about getting screened or having treatment for all sexually transmitted diseases, together with support about relationships, without the fear of being judged."
Illustration of a figure running on a road with numerous arrows.
AIDS Education Collection
Living well phoneline:
Community health servicesHIV (Viruses)--Social aspectsHIV-positive personsRoadsSexually transmitted diseasesSocial acceptanceTraffic signs and signals
Terrence Higgins Trust
42.0cm x 59.5cm
University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries, Department of Rare Books, Special Collections & Preservation
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