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One Test. Two Lives. offers health care providers information and resources to encourage them to test pregnant women for HIV infection and help reduce the number of infants born with HIV.

The phase uses simple messages: 1) Pregnant women are likely to get tested for HIV if their providers strongly recommend it; 2) Screening for HIV early in a pregnancy benefits both mother and baby; and 3) It's never too late for a pregnant woman to get tested.

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This patient brochure is an easy-to-read, brief patient education material about HIV and the benefits of prenatal HIV testing. Brochures are available in both English and Spanish



Posters encourages all pregnant patients to get an HIV test. The poster is double-sided with English on one side and Spanish on the other. Posters are available for order by clicking here. Please note there's an ordering limit of 5 posters per poster however a single order can be up to 15 posters (3 different posters, 5 maximum of each).



Fact Sheets provide pregnant women with a list and description of recommended tests all pregnant women should have including the HIV test. Each sheet is double-sided with English on one side and Spanish on the other. Fact Sheets are available for download in both regular and print ready formats.


Due Date Projection Wheel

Due Date Projection Wheel

This due date projection wheel is a common tool used among obstetricians and midwives. This version highlights the ideal time to test a pregnant woman for HIV and reminds that it is never too late to test for HIV.

Due Date Projection Wheel
Due Date Projection Wheel - Print Ready


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