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Colourful couple highlight study
The joint winners of Sunday’s Mr Fair Day competition in Sydney had an important message behind the creative body work, The two gentleman were drawing attention to the Opposites Attract study, being coordinated by the Kirby Institute, which will be conducted through 15 sexual health, HIV and GP clinics in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide. It’s the first global study to explore whether treatment can reduce transmission specifically in gay male serodiscordant (positive/negative) relationships.
The study needs gay men in serodiscordant sexual relationships to take part.