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  1. European Spring Hepatitis and HIV Testing Week 2019 (17th May - 24th May)

    Press Release

    European spring testing week runs from 17th May through to the 24th May and GOSHH will be providing rapid HIV tests and rapid Hepatitis C tests in various places around the community as well as in our offices.

    HIV treatment is one tablet a day, and this treatment controls HIV so that it does not to do any damage to the person living with the virus, and the HIV cannot be transmitted sexually. This is the information behind the new campaign U=U (Undetectable ...

    Updated 16-05-19 at 13:58 by Floki

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  2. New in forum😘😘😘

    Hi guys i am Ruxy i love to have fun and spend nice time with you . So to escape regular rutine call my!!!😘😘😘
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  4. What is Lactophilia and How Does Someone Make Milk?

    Lactophillia, adult nursing, ANR, erotic lactation, breast milk fetishism are all phrases which describe a fetish whereby a person suckles milk from another persons breast.

    However for some sex workers and escorts the fetish is much part of their everyday lives. A few lactating escorts, like me, love to share their breastmilk with clients and whilst it is still a relatively small market, there are a growing number of women offering adult nursing and milkmaid services to breast milk ...
  5. Hepatitis C and HIV testing in Co.Clare - Press Release

    FOR ALL YOU PEOPLE IN OR AROUND Co.CLARE....(p.s we also continue to do testing in our offices!)

    There is a cure for Hepatitis C

    One tablet a day for 12 weeks with little or no side effects, and this treatment is playing a big part in Irelandís plan to eliminate Hepatitis C by the year 2030. On average, in Ireland, around 600 people a year are newly diagnosed with Hepatitis C. These infections might not be new, as it is possible to live with Hep C for 30 years or more ...

    Updated 14-03-19 at 17:14 by GOSHH

    Tags: goshh, hep c, hiv, testing
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