Hepatitis C is a more robust and infectious virus than HIV and it isn’t fully understood just how easy it is to acquire sexually.
The most damaging myth about suicide is we shouldn’t talk about it.
There are many myths about what it means to live with HIV today and we need to dismantle them.
Combat internalised HIV stigma and judgement, and take control of HIV!
In 2008 Swiss clinicians published a brave conclusion, now known as the ‘Swiss statement’.
Sexual transmission of hepatitis C means the risk is not confined to people who inject drugs.
Three people living with HIV share what PrEP means for them.
Immediate treatment of HIV holds the best and strongest chance for our long term health.
Hepatitis C is a virus that affects the liver and transmitted through blood to blood contact.
Last year I had the pleasure of attending the International AIDS Symposium in Melbourne.