The Living Positive Victoria (LPV) October AGM was an opportunity to recognise and celebrate the outstanding service, practice and support of individuals, groups and organisations …
The bill removes an outdated requirement that only eligible GPs can conduct the tests and brings Victoria in line with the National HIV Testing Policy.
Three organisations have released a joint document for the Victorian government elected at the next state election, outlining 27 actions to improve the lives of people living with HIV.
Keane brings passion and decades of experience to the role.
Of the approximately 7800 PLHIV in Victoria, 90 per cent know their status but 15 per cent are not on anti-retroviral treatments and over 20 per cent do not have controlled virus levels.
The grants support local organisations to respond to some of the most pressing issues facing people living with HIV including testing, stigma, and treatment.
Over 99 per cent of men living with HIV in the survey reported being on treatment, and over 97 per cent of those men on treatment have an undetectable viral load.