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What proportion of people living with HIV in Europe are diagnosed late? (Choose one answer)

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A person with HIV is more likely to transmit it to another person in the first three months than when the infection is established and their immunity has started to decline.

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If a person with HIV is stable on HIV treatment and does not have any other infections, their risk of transmitting HIV to a sexual partner is: (Choose one answer)

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An HIV indicator condition is: (Choose one answer)

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In which of the following conditions has an HIV prevalence of over 1% been found? (Choose all that apply)

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Which of the following conditions or symptoms might indicate underlying HIV infection? (Choose nine answers)

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By what stage after infection will a 4th generation (antibody and antigen) HIV test detect 95% of HIV infections? (Choose one answer)

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Special training is required for a dermatovenereologist before they can offer and discuss HIV testing.

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Which three things are the key points to cover in an HIV pre-test discussion? (Choose three answers)

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Research has shown that when routine testing is introduced for patients with HIV indicator conditions, some infections are still missed. Is this mostly because: (Choose one answer)


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