On the evening of December 1, 1988, the first ever World AIDS Day, hundreds of people packed into the Martin Place amphitheatre in Sydney for …
A PrEP advocate has said it’s important for people to work out whether PrEP is the right tool for them.
“Our parliament doesn’t reflect the diversity of Australians. [We need more] women, people of colour, and LGBTI people.”
“[We] would like to see the Berejiklian Government look at ways to get the message to overseas-born men.”
“We need to make testing and the treatment of HIV and other STIs accessible, easy, and convenient if we are to sustain this encouraging trajectory.”
The $180 million listing means up to 32,000 patients each year will pay a maximum of only $39.50 per script.
The state government will provide $400,000 to extend the trial and allow those in it to transition to accessing PrEP through their regular GP.