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National HIV & Sexual Health Testing Week

National HIV Testing Week starts on Saturday 18 November 2017. The purpose of the week is to promote regular testing and to reduce the rates of undiagnosed people and those diagnosed late.

In Bucks we also promote all sexual health testing during this week, click images below for event information

Take a look at our National HIV Testing week page for more information on Where, When & How to Test.

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World Aids Day

On Friday 1 December, people all over the world will wear a red ribbon with pride, without fear, shame or stigma.

On World AIDS Day, the colour red represents solidarity, love, activism and remembrance. The more we see red, the sooner we will end the HIV epidemic.

As part of bSHaW, which provides sexual health and wellbeing services across Buckinghamshire, the team at Terrence Higgins Trust will be encouraging local people to wear red ribbons with pride and join their red themed Tea Party being held at the Healthy Living Centre in Aylesbury 1.30pm – 3.30pm

Free Self Sampling HIV Test Kits 

Around 13% of the estimated 100,000 people living with HIV remain undiagnosed.

People at higher-risk of HIV across the country can now order a HIV home-sampling test kit online, and are being encouraged to take the simple finger prick blood sample for National HIV Testing Week starting 18th November.

Check out how to order your kit & Get Tested, watch the video for sample collection tips. 

Men who have sex with men (MSM)

Data is telling us that men who have sex with men are disproportionately affected by some sexual infections. Use the MSM section of the website to keep up to date with how to protect yourself. We will also let you know about any local STI outbreaks, relevant services and support offered in Bucks, and useful links.

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