Hivpoint’s helpline is closed today and tomorrow (21.-22.1.2020). Our phone line is open again on Thursday between 10 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Read more about our counseling services here.
The price of PrEP medicine went down more than 30 percent today and is now less than 50€ for 30 pills! According to our survey targeted to men who have sex with men, 50 euros is the maximum price per month people are willing to pay for the PrEP meds.
Have you ever wondered how HIV medication works and if there is anything to consider when starting HIV treatment? We have talked to clinical doctor, Jussi Sutinen, who treats people living with HIV in Helsinki.
Once HIV is diagnosed, a resistance test of the virus will be made and after this the doctor will know what ...
The Hivpoint testing and counselling services are on break over the holidays.
The counselling services are closed 23 December 2019 to 7 January 2020.
The next HIV testing days:
- Checkpoint in Helsinki 2 January 2020
- Walk in testing in Helsinki 13 January 2020
See you next year!
We are organizing our third Innovation Day on 25 January from 10:30am to 4:30 pm in Helsinki. This event will give a space for people with an immigrant background to develop concrete tools and methods to support the work that we do at Hivpoint with multicultural communities in Finland. The event also gives a great chance to become a part ...
Hivpoint’s helpline is open today Wednesday December 11th, 2019 from 11:30am to 3:30pm. Read more about our counseling services here.
Volunteering is a great way to spend any extra time you may have and Hivpoint values their volunteers!
Stigma in relationships
In the first part of this article, we wrote about Finnish legal praxis as an example of a social structure that ...
U=U is a campaign that shares knowledge about HIV-treatment and the effective HIV medication. It also promotes the human and sexual rights of the people living with HIV. The most important message is that HIV does not transmit in sex without a condom if the person living with ...
U=U is short for undetectable equals untransmittable. Basically, it means that HIV does not transmit when a person is on effective medication. U=U is a global campaign driven by people who work around HIV and human rights activists. Reducing stigma is at the core of the campaign. But what do the words undetectable and untransmittable mean in this context?