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Sunday, 1 December 2013
"Another World Aids Day and Still The Only Concern Is Collecting Money"
Islanders encouraged to get tested
Another Globalist Scam
Dr Nikki Brink
Health experts say they are concerned with the number of Islanders not getting tested for HIV.
Today is World Aids Day (Sun) and the stigma and discrimination surrounding the disease is still proving to be an issue.
Guernsey's Health & Social Services Department's Sexual Health Unit is supporting the Act Aware campaign by offering free and confidential HIV testing.
Drop-in Clinics in Guernsey will be on offer at the Orchard Clinic at Castel Hospital on Monday 2nd December and Tuesday 3rd December from 8.30am to 1pm and from 2pm until 6pm.
Dr Nikki Brink, Guernsey Orchard Clinic Consultant said, "Although HIV is still an issue in the Baliwick, the voices of people living with HIV in Guernsey are not often heard. The reality of living with HIV in the UK is often a life of isolation and lonliness and this may be magnified for individuals living in a small community such as ours".
Jersey are also showing thier support to the day.
AIDS charity, ACET, have been out fundraising and raising awareness in town and in schools.
Fiona Poolton, Executive Officer of ACET Jersey said, World AIDS Day is important as it reminds the public and the Government that HIV is still an issue. There is always an urgent need to raise money to do preventative work by increasing awareness and education with all islanders including all ages and in the prison. ACET Jersey also provides vital counselling support to those people on the island living with HIV."