The AIDS-aid Steiermark wants to "erase" it in Hartberg-Fürstenfeld.
In the Styria, there are approximately 50 people annually diagnosed with an HIV infection. To re-establish awareness of HIV and AIDS, the AIDS aid steer under the motto "I want to erase it!" From November 11 to December 2 through the Hartberg-Fürstenfeld district. Just briefed a press conference at Hartberg National Hospital at the business manager Manfred Rupp presented interesting details.
Thus, 40 percent of the diagnoses were made very late. This means that those affected already carry the virus for many years. Because of the further development of medical therapy opportunities, infected people can lead an almost normal life today, but a big problem has already been said that HIV-infected or AIDS patients in our society were still stigmatized.
Among the activities are lectures with Matthias Gerschwitz, who received a positive HIV test result in 1994 and reported in his book "Finally positive was offensive" and optimistic about his dealings with the virus, as well as a training for prescribing assistants in the Thermenland health center. "I hope that this district tour will strengthen this important theme in raising awareness and people who are affected by the infection will experience less exclusion," said Rupp. This hope also joins the former head of the LKH Hartberg Primarius Günther Winkler and the Hartberger Mayor Marcus Martschitsch.
On Monday, November 25, from 17 to 19 o'clock, all interested parties at the Hartberg National Hospital and the Health Center can anonymously and free of charge an HIV test and be advised by experts of the AIDS Aid Steier. Test opportunity in Graz: every Tue and Thu, 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Info: Aids-Hilfe Steiermark, Hans-Sachs-Gasse 3/1, 8010 Graz, Tel .: 0316/81 50 50; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Web: www.aids-hilfe.at
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