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Introduction

HIV in the UK (2012)

HIV basics

Ways that HIV is not transmitted

Risks for transmission

HIV testing: feelings of fear, anxiety and guilt

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

PEP, PEPSE, PrEP and TasP!

HIV testing

Skin, mucous membranes and HIV transmission

Timeline for immune responses and testing

Additional sections

Glossary

Further information and links

References

PDF

Feedback

Tables, diagrams and illustrations

Credits

This guide was written and compiled by Simon Collins for HIV i-Base with appendices written by Charlotte Walker.

First edition February 2012.
Second edition February 2013.

Thanks to the community and healthcare professional advisors for comments including Dr David Asboe, Bisi Alimi, Polly Clayden, Paul Clift, Nathan Geffen, Li Marhaban, Angelina Namiba, Emma Rezel, Memory Sachikonye, Tracy Swan, Matt Williams.

Thanks to Monument Trust for funding this publication.

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