Shocking: More than half of the Scottish population doesn’t know all ways of HIV transmission
A new research reveals that over 50 percent of the Scots are not aware about all the methods in which HIV is transmitted.
The study is part of the Charity's Always Hear crusade, which is supported by pop star Annie Lennox.
The charity Waverley Care uncovered the study which shows how to manage the smudge encompassing the sickness north of the country, where it influences very nearly 6,000 individuals.
The examination likewise discovered one in 10 wrongly accepted it might be passed on by kissing and two percent supposed it could be spread by touching an open latrine seat.
Stigma is one of the most amazing tests confronting the finding and medicine of Hiv in Scotland and far and wide today said `The Walking on Broken Glass' artist.
He added that HIV medication has enhanced incredibly throughout the most recent 20 years, yet separation of the condition still implies that individuals are terrified to get tried.
The disease of HIV fills individuals' fear to test, which prompts new contaminations as individuals don't know if they have HIV or not.
The study discovered there was an absence of general awareness about how HIV is transmitted.
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