- Are you a resident of Illinois?
- Are you living with HIV?
- What is your age?
There are no right or wrong answers to these first three questions.
- PrEP is a daily medicine that can be used to prevent which of the following?
Correct answer: HIV from a sex or needle-sharing partner
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) other than HIV
- Which of these actions, behaviors or conditions can put you at a greater risk of transmitting HIV to others?
Having sex without a condom with a partner who is not taking PrEP
Having sex without a condom when you have not achieved viral suppression (an undetectable viral load) —
Having multiple sexual partners
Injecting drugs and sharing needles or works with others
Correct answer: All of the above
- True or false. Wearing a condom during sex can reduce your chances of transmitting HIV to others.
Correct answer: True
- What is treatment as prevention?
Treatment as prevention is when an HIV-negative person takes PrEP to prevent getting HIV
Treatment as prevention is when a person living with HIV takes HIV medication to reduce the risk of passing along HIV to others
Correct answer. Both A and B are true.
- Which of the following age groups has the lowest percentage of people living with HIV who have achieved viral suppression?
Correct answer: 13-24
35 and older
- Where do you receive your health information? Check all that apply.
- Which one of the following choices best describes your current status as a person living with HIV?
There are no right or wrong answers to these last two questions
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