In Norfolk, over 35,000 people access the iCaSH (Integrated Contraception and Sexual Health Service) clinics every year. There are over 500 people living with HIV in Norfolk, with approximately 30-60 new HIV diagnoses per year.
Someone who is HIV positive and on treatment, with an undetectable viral load, has a very low to zero chance of infecting their sexual partner/s with HIV.
Thanks to HIV drugs, doctors now see the infection as something that people can live very well with for a lifetime. This is especially true if they are diagnosed early.
To find out more about HIV, testing and treatment visit www.tht.org.uk.