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Protocols in Light of the Coronavirus Outbreak

[Updated – 8 Feb 2020] – 2019-nCoV infection advisory

  1. The anonymous test site will stop its operations until further notice. The mobile testing service will continue to operate as usual.
  2. Staff and volunteers who have been to mainland China in the last 14 days must recuse themselves from clinic duties for at least 2 weeks from the day they return to Singapore.
  3. Clients with contact history (household contact of someone who traveled to China in the past 2 weeks or close contact of a known/suspect case of 2019-nCoV infection or close contact of someone under quarantine/leave of absence) or respiratory symptoms/fever will not be allowed into the office.
  4. Clients who are displaying flu like symptoms will not be allowed into the office and advised to seek medical attention immediately.
  5. All social and support groups have been temporarily suspended until further notice.

The only way to know for sure whether you have HIV is to take an HIV test. Both our clinic and mobile testing services provide affordable, safe and anonymous HIV & Syphilis testing.

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Whether you are newly diagnosed, living with HIV or seeking more information or assistance, we are here to provide you with the support and care that you need.

Knowledge is pivotal to end the spread of HIV.

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Updates

AIDS 2014 : Bill Clinton’s speech

Former US president Bill Clinton has told a world AIDS conference in Melbourne that an AIDS-free generation is within reach.

Mr Clinton addressed the audience about the future for the treatment and prevention of HIV and AIDS. He said every year another 2 million people are infected with HIV, including 20,000 children a month. But he said achievements made in the fight against AIDS should not be an excuse for people to rest on their laurels.

Breaking : HIV Kick Out From Infected Cells

The technique addresses the problem of hidden reservoirs of HIV in the body, and could herald a new way of battling the viral infection

Once HIV invades the body, it doesn’t want to leave. Every strategy that scientists have developed or are developing so far to fight the virus – from powerful anti-HIV drugs to promising vaccines that target it – suffers from the same weakness. None can ferret out every last virus in the body, and HIV has a tendency to hide out, remaining inert for years, until it flares up again to cause disease.

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