THE long serving president of ACON, Mark Orr, has stepped down from the position he has held since early 2008. Last night, Orr chaired his final Annual …
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PrEP’s success has been well-documented through global clinical trials and the impact it has had on the gay community since it was introduced in the US. Armed with this information, leading LGBTI health organisations in Australia — such as ACON — are now calling authorities to have PrEP approved and subsidised urgently, and there are simple reasons why. Matthew Wade reports.
Existing services combating domestic violence, organised along gender lines, often don’t know how to deal with the same-sex partners of lesbian victims of violence, says LGBTI health body ACON.
Survey findings prompt health advocates to call for the green light to be given to PrEP to prevent HIV transmission.
A major global HIV study has provided — for the first time ever — definitive evidence for the health benefits of going on treatment as soon as one is diagnosed with HIV. This has big implications in Australia, too.
Recent cases of permanent eye damage following amyl use have prompted one specialist to raise concerns over a possible link.
FOR 27-year-old HIV-positive man Ben, commencing treatment has been a complete life-changer. Especially after he experienced anxiety, stress and fear that saw the loss of …