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Living a long, full life with HIV is boosted by starting medication soon after diagnosis.
The undetectable=untransmissible (U=U) campaign is a popular, wide-spread and fantastic message for all people living with HIV (PLHIV)! It is a campaign with the message that a person living with HIV who is on [...]
For a few years now, Human Papillomavirus, or HPV as it is more commonly known as, has been on my radar because of the link between some types of HPV and cancer. As a [...]
Many of us who are either recently diagnosed or living longer with HIV, are taking extra off-the-shelf medications, supplements, vitamins and minerals for a range of reasons. Which is great, 'cause we’re prioritising remaining [...]
Remembering a recent hot fuck session is fun, getting an STI diagnosis not so much. Besides the hassle of seeing the doctor and getting it sorted, I just want to feel better and for [...]
Having a medication review can be something we’ve asked for because we’ve heard of a new antiretroviral (ART) on the market. It might be part of a routine medication review with our doctor, or [...]
The rate of anal cancer is unacceptably high in HIV-positive gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men. But did you know that women are also at risk for anal cancer? Women [...]
In 2017, the Australian national guidelines for cervical cancer screening changed. Women and anyone with a cervix are now advised to get a Cervical Screen Test (CST) every five years starting at the age [...]