The Aids-Hilfe Steiermark wants to "know" it in Hartberg-Fürstenfeld.
There are around 50 people in Styria every year who are diagnosed with HIV infection for the first time. In order to increase awareness of HIV and AIDS again, Aids Hilfe Steiermark is touring the district of Hartberg-Fürstenfeld from November 1
Thus, 40 percent of the diagnoses are made very late. This means that those affected have been carrying the virus for many years. Due to the development of medical treatment options, infected people today can lead an almost normal life, but a big problem is still that HIV-infected or AIDS patients would still be stigmatized in our society.
To The activities include readings with Matthias Gerschwitz, who received a positive HIV test result in 1994 and who reported offensively and optimistically about his handling of the virus in his book "Finally Something Positive", as well as further training for nursing staff in the health center Thermenland in Fürstenfeld. "I hope that the district tour will raise awareness of this important topic and reduce exposure to people affected by the infection," says Rupp. The medical director of the LKH Hartberg Primarius Günther Winkler and the Hartberg Mayor Marcus Martschitsch joined this hope.
On Monday, November 25, from 5 to 7 pm, all interested parties can visit the Hartberg State Hospital and the Health Center anonymous and free to do an HIV test and get advice from experts of Aids help Styria. Test possibility in Graz: every Tuesday and Thursday, 4.30 pm to 7.30 pm
Information: Aids-Hilfe Steiermark, Hans-Sachs-Gasse 3/1, 8010 Graz, Tel .: 0316/81 50 50; E-Mail: [email protected]; Web: www.aids-hilfe.at
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