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The campaign #trustme to promote HIV and Hepatitis B and C testing

The campaign #trustme to promote HIV and Hepatitis B and C testing

The GLAS Foundation and Checkpoint Sofia launched the joint initiative #trustme in partnership with ViiV Healthcare UK. The initiative aims to encourage the testing of gay, bisexual and transsexual men for HIV and hepatitis B and C. Anyone can get tested for free anonymously and painlessly via a blood sample on site at Checkpoint Sofia or through the so-called oral tests, which detect virus antibodies in the saliva.

Within the campaign, the people who got tested in Checkpoint Sofia, had the opportunity to win free tickets for various parties, special film screenings and performances. For the occasion the GLAS Foundation also published a comic book on the topic of HIV and the possible ways to get infected with the virus, which was created by the Bulgarian illustrator Kaloyan Rusinov and targeted at the community of men who have sex with men.

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