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#DoingIt logo and photos of people who get tested for HIV

She’s doing it. He’s doing it. They’re doing it. You can do it too! Join the movement and use the campaign hashtag #DoingIt when you share photos and videos that raise awareness about HIV testing. It’s fast. It’s free. And it’s confidential. You just may see your post on our Act Against AIDS Facebook, Instagram (@ActAgainstAIDS) or Twitter (@TalkHIV) along with our partners and others who are talking about HIV testing online. Here are more easy tips, suggestions, and resources that you and your network can use online to spread the word and help prevent HIV. Join the Doing It movement!

#DoingItMyWay

We are pleased to announce the roll-out of #DoingItMyWay (#HaciendoloAMiManera), a social media campaign that makes HIV testing personable and relatable by highlighting how and why people make testing part of their lives—on their terms and in their way.

We are excited about the launch of this new social media effort to increase HIV testing and encourage conversations about HIV testing and prevention. So, grab your phones, record your videos, post your pictures, and share this toolkit and campaign! Show and tell us how you are Doing It! Some public posts will be featured on CDC’s website on our social wall, a collection of the best #DoingItMyWay social media posts and photos. Visit http://www.cdc.gov/DoingItMyWay to join the conversation.

Campaign Partners

CDC partners with a diverse group of nationally known influencers, organizations, digital ambassadors, and celebrities to increase awareness of the Doing It campaign. All partners play a unique role in supporting a healthy community by encouraging HIV testing and prevention.


2019 National HIV Prevention Conference

December 6-9, Atlanta, Georgia. Conference for people interested in HIV to share their expertise, and ultimately prevent infections, strengthen care, and reduce disparities.

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