Eligible people will be able to take the treatment just six times a year.
80% of women with HIV thought they were not at risk
Women are being urged to test regularly for HIV.
Kenyans demand presidential hopefuls clarify their LGBTIQA+ position
Homosexuality remains illegal in the African nation.
ACON CEO Nicolas Parkhill honoured with Order of Australia
Parkhill has been an advocate for HIV and LGBTIQA+ health for over three decades.
More gay blood donors could ease shortages, advocates say
Thousands more blood donors are needed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Aussie podcast shining light on HIV community and historical heroes
“Suddenly, we’ve all had to confront viruses.”
People without Medicare receive funded access to HIV treatment
New cases of HIV have plummeted in Australia.
Worlds AIDS Day: Battling a pandemic on the frontline
“I could see history repeating in the fear and stigma.”
The battle is far from over: Reflections on World AIDS Day
This year’s WAD theme focuses on ending inequalities and pandemics.
Experimental HIV ‘cure’ approved for human trials
The new treatment could allow people to stop taking antiretroviral therapy.
Mixed reactions to apology by rapper DaBaby for homophobic comments
“Fellas, if you ain’t sucking dick in the parking lot, put your cellphone lighter up.”
Transphobia creating barriers to sexual health testing: study
Most trans people have been treated insensitively by health workers.
HIV prevention drug to be free of charge through US insurers
The excessive costs of the drug have kept it out of reach for many at risk.
People living with HIV at 100 times greater risk of suicide: study
“There is an urgent need to prioritise mental health screening and care into all HIV testing and treatment settings.”
Australian gay blood push to grow as UK reforms policy
Just.equal aims to see Australian blood donation policy overhauled before next year’s World Blood Donor Day.
How my friend gained confidence and lived life to the full
After he tested positive for HIV, he did not know how to cope.