Factsheet outlining the science and benefits behind achieving and maintaining an undetectable level of HIV and what this means for our health and our sexual partners.
I have been living with HIV for over 22 years, five of which I was unaware I was positive.
Living a long, healthy life with HIV is boosted by starting medication soon after diagnosis.
What does U=U (or undetectable = untransmissible) actually mean for people living with HIV?
U=U is a HIV awareness campaign that refers to the reality that if you have an undetectable viral load (in Australia, this is less than 20 copies of the HIV virus per millilitre of [...]
Treatment as Prevention, or TasP means people living with HIV play a central role in HIV prevention.
Recently, a guy messaged me with his concerns about a friend living with HIV having sex without condoms.
In late 2015, Positive Life PSB speakers were part of a GILEAD photographic exhibition 'Beyond Undetectable'.
In 2008 Swiss clinicians published a brave conclusion, now known as the ‘Swiss statement’.
Positive Life advocates for the NSW Public Health Act to reflect HIV as a chronic manageable health condition.