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close this bookSchool Health Education to Prevent AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) : Students' Activities (UNESCO - WHO, 1994, 79 p.)
close this folderUnit 1: Basic Knowledge on HIV/AIDS/STD
View the documentHIV/AIDS/STD - Basic questions and answers
View the documentLooking into AIDS
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View the documentHow a person gets HIV*
View the documentYou can’t get AIDS by...
View the documentWhat do you believe?
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View the documentWhat is your risk?
Open this folder and view contentsAre you at risk?
View the documentProtect yourself against AIDS
View the documentDear Doctor Sue
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View the documentWhat happens with HIV infection?
View the documentHow do you know if you have HIV/AIDS?
View the documentTesting for HIV
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View the documentYou be the doctor
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Testing for HIV

Why?

Some young people may need to know about testing for HIV/AIDS.

How?

Your teacher will help you understand the information below and answer any questions you may wish to ask.

Marie is anxious that she may have HIV from having sex with three partners. She thinks one of her partners might have HIV. She finally got up enough nerve to go to the health centre in her community. She tells the doctor about her situation and asks these questions.

Dr. Matago has worked with people living with AIDS for 7 years. He helps with testing and talks to people who have been tested. He answers Marie’s questions in a kind, understanding way.


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