Le Sida, en parler pour mieux lutter
AIDS - better talk about it in order to fight it better.
1er decembre 2007 – journee mondiale de lute contre le sida. Le sida, en parler pour mieux lutter. "Tu n’as rien oublie ma chrie?" En france: 140000 personnes Seropositives au VIH. 6300 personnes nouvellement infectees Chaque annee. 56% des nouveaux diagnostics d’infection Au VIH concernent des Personnes contaminees Par rapports heterosexuels, et 22 % par rapports homosexuels. La contamination par usage de drogues injectables ne represente que 2% des nouveaux diagnostics. Les jeunes: Plus de 10% des nouvelles Contaminations concernaient Les 15/24 ans en 2005. 19% des 15/25 ans pensent que le sida se guerit. 26% des 15/25 ans declarant ne pas prendre toutes les precautions necessaires pour se proteger. 26% des 15/24 ans pensent que le VIH se transmet par les piqures de moustiques, 15% par la salive. Seulement 15% des 18/29 ans savent qu’il existe un traitement d’urgence. 69 % des 18/24 ans n’ont jamais effectue de test de depistage dans les cinq dernieres annees.
December 1st 2007 - World Day to fight against Aids. Aids: talk about it in order to fight it better. "You didn't forget anything, dear?"; In France: 140000 people seropositive for HIV. 6300 people newly infected each year. 56% of the new diagnostics of HIV infection involves people contaminated by heterosexual intercourse, and 22% by homosexual intercourse. The contamination by the usage of drug injection represents only 2% of the new diagnostics. The young people: over 10% of the new contamination involves people from 15 to 24 years old in 2005. 19% of the people from 15 to 25 years old think that Aids can be healed. 26% of the people from 15 to 25 years old declare that they don't take all the necessary precautions to protect themselves. 26% of the people from 15 to 24 years old think that HIV is transmitted by mosquito bites, and 15% by saliva. Only 15% of the people from 18 to 29 years old know that there exists an emergency treatment. 69% of the people from 18 to 24 years old have never performed the detection test in the last five years. [Translated by Shiyu Wang].
Cartoon drawing of a young woman hugging and kissing a young man, with her parents watching and her mother asking "You didn't forget anything, sweetie?" while holding a condom in her hand. The text presents detailed statistics on AIDS in France which demonstrate that heterosexuals are also in danger.
AIDS Education Collection
AIDS (Disease)--TransmissionCaricatures and cartoonsCondom useHeterosexualsPublic healthWorld AIDS DayYouth
ARCAT (Paris, France)
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