“No AIDS for everyone” program started in Germany
AIDS have been a mortal disease for more than 30 years. Modern medications allow to prevent HIV breakout in one’s organism. However more than 1000 people get AIDS in Germany every year.
“No AIDs for everyone” program is going to change that statistic. According to the 2020 year no one in Germany would have AIDS. Participants are going to do their best to achieve this goal - to provide people with all the necessary HIV-medications and to create a convenient healthcare system, where all the modern tests and consultations will be available.
Majority of people with AIDS, had been HIV-infected for several years without knowledge of their status. Some people are afraid of beeing tested, they don’t take in account that they could have HIV-infection. the others are informed about the fact, they are now HIV-positive, but they have no access to HIV-drugs.
The way that AIDS challenges so that the importance of status-knowledge and all the things connected with HIV should be explained to everyone in the most suitable and clear way.
So, to the aims of “No AIDs for everyone” program:
- Doctors should notice all the symptoms, that possible could refer to HIV-infection
HIV-infection is not the infection only for homosexuals or people with drug addiction. If you have some doubts in your status - you’d better test.
- Homosexual and bisexual people shout test for HIV every year as a routine test.
- Sex-workers should be guarded with anonymous, free HIV-tests every year.
- Migrants should have the equal acsess to all the prevention information and HIV treatment.
German healthcare system should availible for everybody
- Anonimity of the test - is one of the strongest motivator as well as the availiability of therapy or consultation if needed people with drug addiction should realize that HIV-test is a simple and secure way to stay healthy.
- It is very important for all the healthcare system to know that drug-addicted people take their medications as well as those who don’t have drug addiction.