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Are you concerned about HIV or another STBBI (sexually transmitted and blood-borne infection)? Whether you’re a gay man, a bisexual man or a man who has sex with men, and whether you’re cis or trans, getting informed is a great start when it comes to taking care of your health.

Why get informed?

Men who have sex with men face a greater risk of contracting these infections than the rest of the population.

In Canada, one of every two people living with HIV is a man who has sex with men.

In Québec, in 2018:  

  • Nearly half of all new HIV infections occur in men who have sex with men.
  • Men who have sex with men are part of the groups most heavily affected by syphilis and LGV and make up a high proportion of gonorrhea cases.

For some years now, the number of new HIV cases seems to be dropping among certain groups within our communities. For this reduction to become a lasting trend, we invite you-gay men, bisexual men and men who have sex with men, including both cis and trans men-to:

  • Learn about HIV and other STBBIs.
  • Get tested.
  • Choose prevention strategies that work for you.

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