Innsbruck – In a short time, the number of new Tyrolean HIV increased significantly – from 33 to 2015 and to 46 from last year. B and C are also increasing the number of hepatitis infections. These days, the "European HIV / Hepatitis Test Week" will be held for the sixth time, and it has been proven by Tyrolean Helpline Assistance.
In fact, "50 per cent of new infections affect people who have not known positive HIV," says head of Lydia Domoradzki's consultant's office. The threshold of inhibition of a test should be reduced. This would reduce the number of early diagnosed infections and have about 900 people with Tyrol HI virus.
C hepatitis can be healed, HIV is feared by an infection-lowering therapy. It also develops dark parties. Tripper, syphilis and Co would also re-open their infections as they grow rapidly, with fewer and fewer condoms taking part in the medical progress, says Fritz Aull. "Venereal classical illnesses are becoming increasingly common," says Tyrol's aid Aull's psychologist: "Once again, who knows his infections has the advantage."
As it is in childhood and adolescence, it is important to know sexuality and sexual diseases. In order to better control the prevention of children, Tiroler Aids-Hilfe is conducting a survey in schools. The results of surveys up to 2020 show that 77% of 201 surveyed pupils state that school sex education is the most important. (BFK)