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4th Gen Test Kits

In an effort to improve our services, both the AfA Anonymous HIV Testing Site and Mobile Testing Service have introduced the 4th generation test kits at $40 per test.

Fourth-generation tests kits look for both antibodies AND antigens. While 3rd generation test kits only test for antibodies. You are therefore able to do your HIV test at our clinic from the 3rd week of exposure, then confirm your status once more in the 3rd month.

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Ex-swim Star Wins Healthcare Award

We are proud to announce that Prof Roy Chan has been awarded “National Outstanding Clinician” award.” This exciting news of him winning the award has filled us with extreme joy and pleasure.

The news of his winning did not come as a surprise. Having known the amount of hard work he puts in everything he does, this award serves as a recognition of his dedication. Since the very beginning, we have all seen him thrive hard to achieve the best results. His sincerity and passion to excel has borne such fruitful results. Heartiest Congratulations Prof Roy Chan!

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Student, 20, with HIV afraid to tell his parents

As a student in a tertiary institute, Brandon (not his real name) is used to taking tests.

But this was one examination that the 20-year-old had hoped to get a negative result on – a test for HIV.

Just after his 19th birthday, Brandon came down with a month-long fever.

Speaking to The New Paper on the condition of anonymity, Brandon said that back then, he told his parents and friends that it was dengue fever.

Deep down however, he suspected it was something more serious.

“I figured that it’s my problem so I have to deal with it myself, that’s why I went for the test alone. I didn’t want to rely on others,” said Brandon, who went to the Action for Aids (AFA) clinic in Kelantan Lane to get tested.

When the results were ready, an AFA volunteer took him to a “large, empty room” and broke the news to him.

News Archive

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Travel ban eased for foreigners with HIV - 31 Aug 2015

In 2014, 456 new cases of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infections were reported among Singapore residents. This brings the total number of HIV infected Singapore residents to 6,685 as of end 2014, of whom 1,737 have died. Sexual transmission remains the main mode of HIV transmission among Singapore residents. Of the 456 cases reported in 2014, 440 cases (96%) acquired the infection through the sexual route...
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2014 HIV Statistics Update - 2 Jun 2015

In 2014, 456 new cases of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infections were reported among Singapore residents. This brings the total number of HIV infected Singapore residents to 6,685 as of end 2014, of whom 1,737 have died. Sexual transmission remains the main mode of HIV transmission among Singapore residents. Of the 456 cases reported in 2014, 440 cases (96%) acquired the infection through the sexual route...

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