Living Positive Victoria CEO Brent Allan was pleased with ADF’s swift response.
The final Seroconversion Study Report has been released, revealing more HIV-positive gay and bisexual men are embracing treatment than ever before.
Following the assault of a gay man in St Kilda recently, a homophobic sticker was spotted in Melbourne inciting violence against the gay community.
World AIDS Day was established in 1988 to mourn and honour the lives of those lost to AIDS-related illnesses, as well as to help raise awareness about HIV and AIDS globally. The day has grown to one that also aims to tackle stigma and raise awareness on needed legal reforms and treatment access. Brent Allan looks to the future of Australia’s response to HIV.
World AIDS Day 2015 in Melbourne saw HIV researchers and scientists, alongside those living with HIV, come together to discuss the future of the virus and remember the lives lost to the epidemic.
As the internet implodes following the news a Hollywood A-lister is set to reveal he is HIV-positive, the Star Observer looks at ways to protect yourself from ignorant comments.
As a notable Hollywood celebrity reportedly plans to reveal he is HIV-positive, the Star Observer has put together a quick guide to avoiding stigmatising media coverage.
This year World AIDS Day promises to be a big one, with an AIDS 2014-inspired event in Melbourne bringing together the community in discussion around HIV.