HIV Prevention Research Empowers Peoples To Improve HIV Programs Globally

Frisco, TX – 27th September, 2017 – HIV Prevention Research  believes that Knowledge is power, and by sharing it they empower people from all over the world to improve HIV programs globally, reduce stigma, and protect themselves and others from infection. For many people around the world, access to vital sexual health care information is hindered by such things as war, politics, poverty, and a lack of basic services.

Every day, HIV Prevention Research provides factual information which reaches thousands of people from all walks of life, and they can impact them with the necessary knowledge they need to be aware of in terms of HIV/AIDS.  HIV is one of the most prevalent viruses in the modern-day world.

According to a study that took place over the period of 15 years in England and Wales, men living with HIV are much more likely to commit suicide than people who do not have the condition – especially in the first year after they have been diagnosed. Public Health England representative Sara Croxford reported this result at the British HIV Association which was recently held in Liverpool.

There is a lot of stigma surrounding HIV, and these findings prompted her to say that this needs to change and improvements need to be made in terms of testing, also, to support for those who live with the condition. This will hopefully help the suicide rates in coming years by helping sufferers get the support they need:

HIV stands for Human Immunodeficiency Virus, and while HIV and AIDS are related, they are not the same thing. The virus is classified under a group known as retroviruses. HIV, and the accompanying AIDS syndrome, are two of the world’s worst conditions that we have been unable to cure. As of right now, curing these conditions appears to be a tall order. While we may hope for a cure soon, it is critical to be safe and cautious until a cure is discovered.

Having the support of friends and family is important for those who suffer from human immunodeficiency disorder. It starts by not judging those who have HIV. Listening to them and hearing them will help all by itself.

Other forms of support include providing aid and financing to those who are fighting to get rid of HIV once and for all. Research depends on the many people who join the fight as researchers and sponsors. There are many groups working on the fight to cure HIV. UNAIDS, the World Health Organization, the International AIDS Society, and the Kaiser Family Foundation are all examples of organizations that the United States says are dedicated to fighting the terrible virus.

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