Positive Life NSW The Anal Cancer Advocacy Group was established in 2013 to: Raise awareness of HPV-related anal cancer in high risk populations (all people living with HIV, HIV-negative gay, bisexual and men who [...]
There’s a lot of misconception about who gets anal cancer and how it’s caused.
Digital Ano-Rectal Examination (DARE) Annual anal cancer screening is recommended for men living with HIV who have sex with men. Positive Life supports the recommendations from ASHM for anal cancer screening in men [...]
The main risk for anal cancer is a common virus carried by everyone who is sexually active.
With over 100 different types of HPV, it’s possible that many of us have been exposed to HPV through sex.
Factsheet outlining how to perform a digital ano-rectal examination (DARE) to check for anal abnormalities that could lead to anal cancer.
A community based survey of 1,660 respondents to assess awareness of and screening for anal human papillomavirus (HPV) infection and anal cancer in people living with HIV and gay and bisexual men in Australia.
Why women living with HIV are at an increased risk of anal cancer.
Women living with HIV have about 15 times the risk of anal cancer compared with the general female population.
With a steady increase in anal cancer worldwide, it's time to take action, and beat anal cancer.