Listen: Sarah Rodman, Santa Clara County And Mike HOGAN discussed on KCBS Radio Afternoon News
"The south bay aimed at reducing the stigma around HIV and encouraging more people to get tested KCBS is Mike HOGAN says the goal is to get to zero new cases by twenty twenty three. The estimate is there are thirty three hundred people living in Santa Clara county with HIV to Sarah Rodman is the HIV controller for the public health department. Most people with HIV won't have symptoms when they first have the infect. Action you can look and feel completely healthy. And that's why the only way to know is to get tested. Rodman says getting tested could be a lifesaver so HIV if untreated progressives to aids. End stage where somebody's immune system. Can't fight infections can't fight off cancers, and there's a risk of death. But"