Eugene (1195A City View St):
Roseburg (647 W. Luellen Dr, Suite 103):
|Day||Testing Time||NEX Time||NEX Location|
|Monday||11am – 3:30 pm|
|Tuesday||11am – 3:30 pm|
|Wednesday||11am – 3:30 pm|
|Friday||11am – 2:30pm|
HIV Alliance offers free, confidential OraQuick Rapid Tests (results in 20 minutes). We are currently able to test people in populations with a high prevalence of HIV. We recommend that high-risk populations test for HIV every 6 weeks.
High-risk populations include:
This is a free service where you can set up customized reminders via text, email and voice to remind you about important recurring healthy lifestyle choices such as regular HIV testing, daily medication reminders, prescription refill reminders, weekly health tips and life advice and more! Oregon Reminders is a free, private and confidential (HIPAA compliant) health service.
To sign up for Oregon Reminders click here and visit their website.
HIV Alliance is committed to providing responsive services to our populations. If you are a man who has sex with other men, even if only once, we are happy to offer on-demand testing. If you are unable to visit our office during our normally scheduled testing times, please feel free to contact either the Prevention Manager or the Outreach Coordinator to schedule HIV testing that fits your schedule.
The better you take care of yourself, the slower that the damage to the liver. On average, it takes 20 years to develop symptoms for chronic HCV. With alcohol or HIV, the average number drops to 7 years. So whether or not medicine is available, taking better care of your body will help.
There are 6 HCV genotypes. Treatment success is dependent on genotype and has a 40 – 80% chance of being successful. All genotypes result in the same level of liver damage.
Side effects of medicine include flu-like symptoms, muscle and joint pain, nausea, headaches, loss of appetite, dry skin anxiety, insomnia, and depression. They vary greatly in number and severity based on the person.
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