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Being safer and more inclusive means building our services to suit the needs of trans women, poor and working class women, women of colour and survivors of violence, who, collectively, are left out of mainstream services.
A CMAJ study touted as a ‘game changer’ shows universal drug coverage could reduce total spending on drugs in Canada by $7.3 billion.
Positive Lite posts an ACT webinar exploring the experiences of older adults living with or vulnerable to HIV that includes two case studies and a discussion of programs and policies affecting this population in Canada.
03/03/2015 No transmissions between couples (linked transmissions) have so far been seen in Opposites Attract study.
An Australian-based study of gay male couples of opposite HIV status (serodifferent couples) has so far seen no transmissions from the HIV-positive partner within the couple in a two-year interim analysis.