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Treatment Literacy

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TAC's Treatment Literacy Materials

TAC produces high-quality free materials on the science of HIV treatment, care and prevention.

World Health Organisation Guidelines

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World Health Organisation Guidelines
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World Health Organisation guidelines on various HIV-related issues

What is a CD4 Count?

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What is a CD4 Count?
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An easy to read pamphlet explaining the benefits of getting tested for HIV aimed at everyone.

Publication Year: 
2007

The Test Everyone Should Take

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The Test Everyone Should Take
Description: 

An easy to read pamphlet explaining the benefits of getting tested for HIV aimed at everyone.

Publication Year: 
2007

Siyayinqoba Treatment Literacy Video Series

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A 21 part HIV treatment literacy VHS or DVD series produced by CHMT and aimed at everyone. Available in multiple languages.

Talk about Nutrition

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Talk about Nutrition
Description: 

Scientifically based simple guide to HIV and nutrition aimed at everyone.

Publication Year: 
2005

HIV in Our Lives

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HIV in Our Lives
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A guide to living with HIV presented as a series of work sheets aimed at everyone.

Publication Year: 
2007

Help for people with HIV or at risk of being infected

Essential information about what to do if you are HIV-positive or at risk of HIV infection. This page provides straightforward advice and telephone numbers where you can get help.

TAC Electronic Newsletter

Dear Readers

Happy new year! 

We hope that in 2008 the implementation of the National Strategic Plan will gain momentum and many lives will be saved. Your support will help us achieve this. Support TAC by making a donation to fund our efforts. For details, go to http://www.tac.org.za/donate.html.  Many thanks. 

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