While there has been a decline in rates among Australian-born men, rates among overseas-born men have slightly increased.
ACON’s new a[TEST] clinic has been announced in response to data showing HIV transmission rates among men who have sex with men born overseas, particularly in Asia, are not declining.
Funding for a[TEST] Oxford Street has now been secured until early 2020.
The final Seroconversion Study Report has been released, revealing more HIV-positive gay and bisexual men are embracing treatment than ever before.
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.
A FREE pop-up rapid HIV testing site on Sydney’s Oxford St will be operational throughout the Mardi Gras season as part of ACON’s newly-launched Test More …
IT is likely residents in Sydney and across the state will be given greater access to pop-up rapid HIV testing sites in coming years, following …