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The Stigma Faced by People Living with HIV/AIDS (Janice Dayle, Henry H. Luyombya, Joanne Cyr)

The Stigma Faced by People Living with HIV/AIDS (Janice Dayle, Henry H. Luyombya, Joanne Cyr)

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Published by: National Press Foundation on Apr 08, 2011
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The Stigma Faced byThe Stigma Faced byPeople Living withPeople Living withHIV/AIDSHIV/AIDS
Joanne A. Cyr, PsyDJoanne A. Cyr, PsyD
Clinical Health PsychologistClinical Health PsychologistAugust 9August 9
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, 2006, Journalist to Journalist, 2006, Journalist to JournalistTraining on HIV/AIDS, In collaboration with theTraining on HIV/AIDS, In collaboration with theXVI International AIDS Conference in TorontoXVI International AIDS Conference in TorontoA Project of the NATIONAL PRESS FOUNDATIONA Project of the NATIONAL PRESS FOUNDATION
 
Health Canada report on HIV?AIDSHealth Canada report on HIV?AIDS
HIV is transmitted through:HIV is transmitted through:
Unprotected sexual intercourse (vaginal,Unprotected sexual intercourse (vaginal,anal, oral)anal, oral)
Shared needles or equipment for injectingShared needles or equipment for injectingdrugsdrugs
Unsterilized needles for tattooing, skinUnsterilized needles for tattooing, skinpiercing or acupuncturepiercing or acupuncture
Pregnancy, delivery and breastfeedingPregnancy, delivery and breastfeeding(from an HIV(from an HIV--infected mother to herinfected mother to her infant)infant)
Occupational exposure in health careOccupational exposure in health caresettingssettings
 
Health Canada report on HIV/AIDSHealth Canada report on HIV/AIDS
HIV CAN NOT be transmitted through:HIV CAN NOT be transmitted through:
Casual, everyday contactCasual, everyday contact
Shaking hands, hugging, kissingShaking hands, hugging, kissing
Coughs, sneezesCoughs, sneezes
Giving bloodGiving blood
Swimming pools, toilet seatsSwimming pools, toilet seats
Sharing eating utensils, water fountainsSharing eating utensils, water fountains
Mosquitoes, other insects, or animalsMosquitoes, other insects, or animals

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