Long-Acting Injectable HIV Treatment Moves Closer to Reality

By Warren Tong From TheBody.com Interesting reading from TheBody.com about long-acting injectable HIV treatment. Long-acting injectable treatment takes another step closer to becoming a real-world option for people living with HIV. The latest 96-week data from the LATTE-2 study, which is investigating long-acting injectable maintenance therapy for people with HIV, were presented at the 2017 International Conference on […]

Shedding light on HIV discrimination in Australia

Discrimination is described as ‘choosing to treat someone badly or unfairly because of a characteristic that is perceived as different or unwanted’. The HIV virus is ‘different and unwanted’ therefore society often discriminates against individuals living with the virus. The public at large still perceives HIV as terrifying and infectious, immediately questioning ‘What is the […]