Geoff Honnor

Geoff Honnor is a HIV positive gay man who lives in Sydney. He has held a variety of paid and voluntary positions in the NSW and national HIV community-based response over the last couple of decades. Never one for half measures, in his last role as ACON Director HIV/Sexual Health he came up with Ending HIV. It seems to be working.

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In the second of a series of personal reflections on what was arguably the most ambitious strategy produced in the thirty years of the Australian HIV response, Geoff Honnor examines the background to and the challenges posed by the ‘Treat Early’ part of the ‘Ending HIV’ equation Test Often + Treat Early + Stay Safe = Ending HIV by 2020.

Image: NSW Health Minister, Jillian Skinner

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In the lead up to HIV testing week, Geoff Honnor presents part one of his personal perspective on the history of the Ending HIV response in NSW, starting with the circumstances that initiated the Ending HIV campaign.

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The 23rd annual Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) recently took place in Boston, Massachusetts 22-25 February 2016. CROI is arguably the world’s most prestigious HIV scientific get-together and the program content is reflective of that ranking.

Image: CROI 2016

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