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Around a third of us living with HIV (PLHIV) change our drug regimen each year.

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On 1 December 2017, the Australian national guidelines for cervical cancer screening changed. Women and anyone with a cervix are now advised to get a Cervical Screen every five years starting at the age of 25, rather than a Pap Smear every two years.

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Peer-led partner notification: a new way to support you when you're ready to disclose to your partners, writes Positive Life Treatments Officer.

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World AIDS Day 2017

Friday 1 December 2017, Positive Life NSW celebrated another World AIDS Day. The day raises awareness across the world and our communities about HIV/AIDS.

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If you’re HIV positive and have regular anal sex, you might be due for an anal cancer screen. While anal cancer is relatively rare in the general population, the incidence of anal cancer in people living with HIV (PLHIV) is higher than usual.

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