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Frequently Asked Questions: HIV/AIDS


This brochure provides basic information about HIV prevention, care and treatment.

It is available in:

English (pdf)
Spanish (pdf)
Chinese (pdf)
Vietnamese (pdf)
Russian (pdf)

Posters and Campaigns

HIV 101 (pdf)
This CDC fact sheet gives basic information about HIV in English and Spanish.

HIV Basics - Testing
CDC recommends that everyone between the ages of 13 and 64 get tested for HIV at least once as part of routine health care.

We All Have a Status - English (pdf)
We All Have a Status - Spanish (pdf)
End HIV Oregon poster promoting routine HIV testing. We all have a status, and knowing yours will keep you and your sexual partners safe.

PrEPare Yourself - English (pdf)
PrEPare Yourself - Spanish (pdf)
End HIV Oregon poster promoting Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis, which can keep you and your sexual partners safe from HIV.

Treatment Saves Lives - English (pdf)
Treatment Saves Lives - Spanish (pdf)
End HIV Oregon poster promoting HIV treatment. We can prevent new HIV transmissions through treatment.

Act Against AIDS
Act Against AIDS focuses on raising awareness among all Americans and reducing the risk of infection among the hardest-hit populations – gay and bisexual men, African Americans, Latinos, and other communities at increased risk

Telenovela Sin Verguenza (Without Shame)

This telenovela web series addresses HIV awareness and stigma in Hispanic/Latino communities. The series contains four episodes and is available in English and Spanish.

CDC and Oregon Materials

CDC Materials Available to Order for Free
A variety of posters, brochures, and toolkits available that can be mailed to you. Topics include prevention with persons living with HIV, myths, sexually transmitted infections, Partner Services, and risk reduction.

HIV Fact Sheets
View our fact sheets on HIV/AIDS in Oregon.

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