QPR Supports Saving Lives

By November 29, 2013 January 28th, 2015 No Comments

qprWe’re proud to say that Karl Henry, who now plays for Queens Park Rangers having moved from Wolverhampton Wanderers in the summer, is still lending us his support at his new club. QPR, too, are promoting our nationwide campaign and the club-specific educational booklet we’ve produced for them:

One in five of all those living with HIV in the UK today do not know they are infected. That’s over 20,000 people.
That means doctors can’t give them today’s life-saving treatment. They may also unknowingly be passing on the infection to their partners.
“The HIV test is just a simple blood test,” Henry said. “You can ask for it at your GP’s, at hospital or in any sexual health clinic. It doesn’t hurt, and whatever the result you’ll know what to do next – get on medicine or have safer sex in future.”

You can read more here.

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