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HIV tests and treatment

HIV testing options

KNOW your status

The CDC estimates that 1 in 7 people in the United States who have HIV don’t know they have it. Getting tested is the only way to KNOW if you have HIV. With results from a blood test, you have the power to do what’s best for your health and protect the people you care about.

People who test positive for HIV have hope

Many people with HIV live long, fulfilling lives. With proper management, some rarely experience effects of the virus. They visit their doctors for routine check-ups and continued HIV testing. And they take medicine to prevent HIV from turning into AIDS.

One patient’s journey

Daniel shares his story of living with HIV, from testing and diagnosis to treatment and empowerment.

Who should get tested for HIV?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends at least one HIV screening for all people ages 13 to 64.*

Take action. Get tested.

Next steps

Testing Request a test from your doctor

Pinpoint Make your appointment

Checkoff Get your results with MyQuest

Pills Learn more about PrEP

Quiz Join the fight against HIV


*Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), HIV Basics - Testing, August 2018

HIV tests and treatment