Living With HIV

New York’s strategy to end the HIV epidemic – an interesting perspective

            At the recent Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections 2017 (CROI) held in Seattle Washington in March there was a range of interesting and informative presentations on different aspects of treatment, living with HIV, ending HIV and a range of other research findings. The following is a report from…

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Australian Treatment Cascade

At the beginning of January I wrote about New Year resolutions for our HIV management. That got me thinking about the ‘treatment cascade’. You may not have heard of it, so let me explain. The HIV care and treatment cascade is a graph which helps us visualise the proportion of: people with HIV in Australia,…

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New Year Resolutions

Love them or hate them, stick to them or ditch ‘em, New Year resolutions are common talk around this time of year. We promise ourselves acts of self-improvement or doing something nice for others, yet whether they last really depends on our level of motivation. I consider managing my HIV to be a worthy resolution….

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At the click of a button or get to know me?

Everyone has their own way of disclosing their HIV status and there is no right or wrong. A couple of month back Tyler Curry unashamedly wrote an article regarding how he approaches disclosure. It drew all sorts of comments. However it did raise an interesting point. In America in gay culture it seems more common…

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Climate of Stigma – The Liz Walker Interview with Tyler Curry

I caught up with Tyler Curry of  The HIV = campaign at the2 014 AIDS Conference in Melbourne.

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