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Partner notification (otherwise known as ‘contact tracing’) is the process of informing or notifying people of their potential exposure to HIV or another sexually transmitted infection (STI) so that they can be offered testing, counselling, and treatment if they need it.

It’s not easy.

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2015 has been good year for people living with HIV in New South Wales, writes Positive Life NSW’s Lance Feeney.

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The evidence is clear and compelling – if you are diagnosed with HIV, get on treatment immediately, writes Lance Feeney.

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Looking after each other when fatigued with HIV

Back in the early 2000’s when I was managing the PLC, a poz gay man sidled up to me and asked for a cab voucher to get home. I asked him why he couldn’t take the bus and he replied; “I’ve got HIV fatigue”.

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One might be forgiven for believing that methamphetamine and its pernicious and corrosive social influences are carrying us inexorably towards badness, madness and social chaos.

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