What is the PBS safety net and is it really the best way to cut the cost of medicines?
Amy was 20 when her mother passed away with HIV. She reflects on the Voluntary Assisted Dying legislation.
In the second of a two-part series, Positive Life NSW and GNP+ reflect as peers living with HIV.
In the first of a two-part series, Positive Life NSW and GNP+ got together over Zoom.
HIV Futures is the most extensive survey of people living with HIV in Australia having began in 1997.
We are committed to build strong effective relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Community report consultation with people living with HIV in NSW about our experiences of the HIV medication co-payment waiver initiative.
I am acutely aware that the lived experience of women living with HIV today is still mired in ignorance and invisibility.
Women living with HIV are not seen as a priority group for contracting HIV, so we are not routinely tested and don’t receive targeted education for women.
Immigrating to Australia is possible even when there is a health criteria in place.