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Condom castle gives new meaning to “play safe”
Young HIV/AIDS advocates are behind a condom-shaped jumping castle to be erected in Federation Square on Friday morning ahead of World AIDS Day. Youth Empowerment Against HIV/AIDS (YEAH) volunteers will be speaking with Melburnians about sexual health...
- Posted 172 days ago
Keeping our community healthy
What do you do when the condom breaks or when desire is greater than your plan to use a condom, and you have sex without one? People may ask themselves, ‘Will I get or pass on HIV,...
- Posted 220 days ago
Ethics of HIV placebo trials questioned
A NSW PhD student will go through to the finals of a “three-minute thesis” competition with her work on the ethics of using placebos in HIV drug trials, after winning the University of Sydney’s (UoS) stage of...
- Posted 221 days ago
Hep C concerns for HIV positive men
An Australian expert has called for an urgent rethink on the relationship between HIV and Hepatitis C (HCV) as emerging evidence shows hepatitis C can be sexually transmitted between HIV-positive men. It is estimated up to 30...
- Posted 249 days ago
HIV legal defence
A new legal defence is available for HIV positive people who do not disclose their status to sexual partners. The changes allow people living with HIV to avoid penalties under NSW public health law if they can...
- Posted 256 days ago
Hearing set for sex worker
A HIV-positive male sex worker accused of deliberately infecting his clients will face a committal hearing on October 8 to decide if he will stand trial. Adam Randall, 36, fronted the Melbourne Magistrates last week. He was...
- Posted 271 days ago
HIV response mired in the past: ACON
ROBERT BURTON-BRADLEY Peak NSW HIV/AIDS organisation ACON has accused the federal government of ignoring treatments that could effectively end the disease and labelled its current response as “moribund”. The assessment is contained in a position statement released...
- Posted 302 days ago
New life springs from AIDS memorial
The Sydney Park AIDS Memorial Groves tree planting project (SPAIDS) will hold its 37th tree planting day on Sunday, July 29. SPAIDS is inviting Sydneysiders to plant a young Australian tree provided by Sydney City Council’s tree...
- Posted 306 days ago
Approved HIV drug a ‘game changer’: NAPWA
HIV advocates say the US approval of the first drug to prevent HIV is a “dramatic development in the fight against HIV”. Australian HIV organisations are now calling for the federal Government to start trials of the...
- Posted 307 days ago
Home HIV testing ‘should be considered’
HIV researchers say Australia should remain open-minded about home HIV testing. This month the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved an over-the-counter rapid HIV test which people can use to find out their HIV status with...
- Posted 307 days ago