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    Counselling is provided for all over the age of 16, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, lifestyle choice, cultural background, religious belief or economic circumstances.

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    AIDS Action Council offers a range of free peer based workshops for members of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and sex and gender diverse communities.

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    The AIDS Action Council was founded on the hard work and dedication of volunteers. The role of volunteers as an integral part of combating HIV continues today.

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Hepatitis A Health Alert

Increase in Hepatitis A cases in MSM in Australia

Hepatitis A is spread through person-to-person transmission, including sexual activity, and is not limited to MSM. Transmission can also occur whilst sharing injecting equipment such as needles, and through the consumption of contaminated food and water. Hep A is preventable - vaccination protects you and others in the community.

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An HIV undetectable status means HIV cannot be transmitted


A community brief on U=U (Undetectable = Untransmissible) drafted by the International Council of AIDS Services Organisations (ICASO) based out of Toronto, Canada in partnership with several Canadian organisations has been launched at the annual Australasian Society for HIV, Viral Hepatitis and Sexual Health Medicine (ASHM) conference currently being held in Canberra, Australia.

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ACT Access to PrEP

Please note that this blog post is correct as at October 10, 2017. For general  information about access to PrEP on the PBS, please click here. 

The ACT PrEP trial has commenced, and the ACT Government is providing more than $110,000 to support the local trial, which will include up to 315 participants over 15 months. The trial is being conducted through the Canberra Sexual Health Centre at Canberra Hospital and the Interchange General Practice in Civic.

The local trial is part of the Expanded Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Implementation in Communities in NSW Trial (EPIC-NSW trial) funded by NSW Health and run by the Kirby Institute at the University of New South Wales.

The AIDS Action Council is partnering with Green Cross Pharmacy Australia to improve access to PrEP for our communities. Through our relationship with Green Cross Pharmacy, the AIDS Action Council is able to assist you in accessing PrEP for free. Find out more about this program by clicking the link below.

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