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Change is afoot on how people can access their HIV medicines, expanding from hospitals to community settings from July 1. What will this mean for the people living with HIV and local pharmacies? Reg Domingo reports.

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HIV: Your mates and you

On average, from the time of infection, it takes about four years for someone to become aware they are living with HIV. In order to close this window, we need to be talking more about HIV, writes David Crawford.

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Image: a medicine bottle with Truvada on it. A doctor sits in the background.Pre Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP), a once a day medication taken to prevent acquiring HIV, is long overdue compared to places like the US.

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Several years ago a friend of mine died from complications arising from HIV and Hepatitis C (HCV) co-infection.

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Last year I had the pleasure of attending the International AIDS Symposium in Melbourne.

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