Sending a message of solidarity with the Australian LGBTI community is one of the reasons why Bill Shorten says he will march in this year’s Mardi Gras Parade.
Following the recent decision to expand NSW’s PrEP trial, Victorian politicians and advocates have called on Premier Daniel Andrews and Health Minister Jill Hennessy to follow suit.
IT’S now been 30 years since panic about AIDS culminated in a three-year-old girl with HIV being driven from her NSW Central Coast pre-school. Most Australians …
THE Victorian AIDS Council (VAC) recently held a forum earlier this week to discuss HIV prevention and pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) with a focus on the major …
Leading LGBTI community organisations and HIV activists have responded to the posters that have appeared around Melbourne today, while the group behind the campaign have also revealed themselves in a press statement.
PrEP is no doubt on the rise — not only in terms of it being a topic of discussion in the gay community, but also among gay men using it. The Star Observer finds out about the positive impact it’s having in Australia already — even though it’s still not yet readily available through PBS.
A widely-circulated private message from the hookup/dating app encourages users to sign petition to have PrEP approved as a HIV prevention method.
Widespread, affordable access to PrEP as a HIV prevention in Australia is a step closer, with pharmaceutical company Gilead applying to the TGA to have it approved.