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Is a small wound in the mouth a risk?

No. Mouth ulcers or small wounds in the mouth do not pose a risk for HIV transmission.

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30 days to lower HIV

Break The Chains 2014

For a whole month once a year be consistent and take «no risk». Why ? In order to reduce the number of new HIV infections and to make having sex a safer thing for us all. Break The Chains makes it possible.

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Kondom Localizer

Where can I buy condoms near here? With the Condom Localizer you can always find the nearest condom machine.

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Prevention

The prevention programmes

Aids-Hilfe Schweiz focuses its prevention activities on target group-specific measures for men who have sex with men, migrants and male and female sex workers.

Prevention

FAQs

“Should I get tested after unprotected sex?”

The condom splits. Is that bad? How will I realize I have AIDS? Is a small wound on a finger dangerous if I am fingering a woman?

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Legal advice

Advice from Swiss AIDS Federation

People with HIV/Aids and their families, counsellors, employers, doctors  and other interested parties can contact the advice service of Swiss AIDS Federation by phone or in writing with any legal questions directly related to HIV/Aids.

Legal advice

Facts and figures about HIV/Aids

Variable spread of HIV in the population

In Switzerland the spread of HIV/Aids in the general population is relatively low: less than 0.1% of the population carry the virus. However, the virus is much more widely spread in some groups. This applies particularly to men who have sex with men, to migrants from Sub-Saharan Africa and intravenous drug users: in these groups 5% or more are infected with HIV.

E-Learning

XPERTIS® – The e-learning platform of Aids-Hilfe Schweiz

This e-learning platform provides interested people with all the information they need to enhance or refresh their specialist or general knowledge in the area of HIV/AIDS/STI in modular form.

Xpertis