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A drop of blood and an adapted USB stick are all you need to carry out a HIV test: Scientists at Imperial College London and spinout company DNA Electronics have developed a HIV test that uses a drop of blood on an adapted USB stick to test for the virus.
National HIV Testing Week (NHTW) 2016 will start on Saturday 19 November 2016. NHTW 2016 will be the fifth annual testing week to promote HIV testing to gay and bisexual men and black African men and women. Last year hundreds of organisations participated by raising awareness, providing extra testing opportunities and promoting services - with many …
Outreach worker Paula Mengate seeks out long-haul truck drivers like Charles Alwangata at a cross–border truckers ‘resting zone’ near Maputo, where they must wait— often for days—for custom clearance. Resting zones are hot spots for sex workers to meet up with clients, so Paula’s job is to provide information about the risk of HIV infection and other sexually transmitted diseases, as well as to give out free condoms, and referrals for HIV testing. (Photo credit: The Global Fund / John Rae)