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Monday 08 November 2010


 No date available for delayed HIV report release
Posted in: New Zealand Daily News, Health & HIV  2nd August 2010
Over three months after its initially planned release date the much-awaited HIV Service Review has yet to see the light of day, with the Ministry of Health now studiously avoiding committing itself on when the report will be finally opened to public scrutiny.


 iPhone public toilet app will help HIV+ people
Posted in: New Zealand Daily News, HIV  29th July 2010
A soon-to-be-launched guide to the locations of New Zealand's public toilets will be a welcome resource for people with HIV, according to two leading HIV positive support advocates.


 Abs: the hard truth
Posted in: Living Well, Features  20th July 2010
Forget the infomercials, our favourite fitness guru Julz Darroch is back with the real secrets to getting a sexy set of abs - and yes, it involves discipline and hard work.


 HIV breakthrough could lead to vaccine
Posted in: International Daily News, HIV  11th July 2010
Three antibodies that neutralize 91% of HIV strains have been discovered, in a breakthrough that could potentially lead to a future vaccine.


 A Collective unease
Posted in: HIV  29th June 2010
Doubts are voiced as to whether the NZAF is the right publisher for the national publication for HIV positive people.


 Helen Clark's full statement
Posted in: HIV  25th June 2010
Read the full speech of former Prime Minister Helen Clark at the launch of the Global Commission on HIV and the Law in Geneva.


 The global fight for HIV equality
Posted in: HIV, Features  25th June 2010
A new UN commission seeking to break legal barriers to HIV justice and equality has been launched in Geneva, with Helen Clark leading the way.


 Gay men are thinner, lesbians weigh more
Posted in: International Daily News, Health & HIV  10th June 2010
A Massachusetts study has found while gay men are likely to be thinner than straight men, lesbians are likely to be heavier than straight women.


 Pharmac subsidises PEP treatment
Posted in: New Zealand Daily News, HIV  9th June 2010
Pharmac is subsidising an expensive drug treatment programme which may stop the development of HIV infection in those exposed to the virus.


 Candlelight Memorial: Coming together to remember
Posted in: HIV  11th May 2010
Karen Ritchie explains why, this Sunday evening, she will be at a Candlelight Memorial service in memory of so many who have died as a result of HIV infection.


 Reply: Body Positive has a significant role to play
Posted in: HIV  5th May 2010
Body Positive Auckland responds to a blogged suggestion that it appears to overstate its role and importance to HIV positive people


 Turning the Tide: how to head off AIDS in the Pacific
Posted in: HIV  2nd May 2010
Without respect for people’s rights, tolerance of diversity and difference and visible, strong leadersip HIV will inevitably inundate South Pacific nations.


 First public shots fired in the HIV services turf war
Posted in: HIV  26th April 2010
Provision of HIV support services and testing have emerged as a new battleground in the long-running HIV epidemic.


 Cautious approach to HIV post-exposure treatment
Posted in: New Zealand Daily News, HIV  21st April 2010
HIV agencies advise caution over an expensive drug treatment programme which may stop the development of HIV infection and could become funded in NZ as early as July 1st.


 NZAF must "hand back" control of HIV publication
Posted in: New Zealand Daily News, HIV  17th April 2010
Opposition is emerging to the NZ AIDS Foundation's continuing control of the national HIV positive people's publication Collective Thinking, with one HIV advocacy group accusing the NZAF of using the magazine to present doctored information.