HIV In America Survey Findings
The HIV In America survey is an annual survey on H-I-V.net that aims to raise awareness of the real experiences of people who are living with HIV. The survey covers basics like diagnosis and treatment experiences and also dives into the ongoing effects of having HIV, like the emotional impact and the seemingly “small” day-to-day challenges.
Test Your Knowledge
The following questions are based on key findings from the 3rd HIV In America survey. This is an opportunity to hear from and learn more about our community.
What percentage of people living with HIV feel well-controlled on their current treatment plan?
What percentage of people living with HIV express at least one concern about aging with HIV?
What percentage of people living with HIV feel comfortable sharing their HIV status?
What percentage of people living with HIV are also living with at least one other health condition?
Which topics are of most interest to the h-i-v.net community? Choose one.
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The 3rd HIV In America survey was conducted online from January through April 2022. The survey was completed by 463 people.
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