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Testing Makes Us Stronger is a national campaign with a special focus in six initial key U.S. cities where black gay and bisexual men are heavily affected by HIV: Atlanta, Baltimore, Houston, New York, Oakland and Washington D.C. Outreach activities and events are being scheduled in each city, and the campaign will also visit Black Pride events across the country
How often should you get tested?
The first step to protect your health and the health of your partners is to make sure you know your HIV status. Getting an HIV test is the only way to know for sure if you are positive or negative. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that gay and bisexual men get tested at least once a year] and a recent CDC publication suggests that sexually active gay and bisexual men might benefit from even more frequent testing, like every 3-6 months. For more information on HIV testing, check out CDC’s recent statementabout HIV testing for gay and bisexual men