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Act To Prevent Men’s Violence Against Women A Guide For Community Action

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Women’s Health West. 2018 This resource is for community members or groups who are planning to undertake actions to prevent men’s violence against women. This resource details practical things you can do every day to prevent men’s violence against women. It also includes important information to consider before you take action, as well as links to further resources. Read more of article...

A guide to understanding and managing Hepatitis C- related fatigue

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By Alan Franciscus and Lucinda Porter, RN for the Hepatitis C Support Project, Version 5: January 2018 Fatigue is the most common symptom reported by people living with hepatitis C (HCV). One study found that 67% of HCV-positive people reported this symptom. Fatigue can range from mild to severe and can affect every area of life. Fatigue is difficult to quantify since it affects everyone...

STI rates in PrEP users very high, but evidence that PrEP increases them is inconclusive

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nam/aidsmap, Published: 22 February 2017 A study of PrEP users presented last week showed that PrEP users had very high rates of STI diagnosis – in the order of 20 times higher than among HIV-negative gay men in the general population. The evidence that STIs increased further while people were on PrEP was, however, a lot more ambiguous. The problem in proving that PrEP has any causal relationship...

HPV May Cause A Genital Infection That Leads To Cancer, And Not Just Cervical

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Medical Daily, Jul 2, 2016 04:40 PM The authors of a new study published in Cancer, Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention looked at 34 years of data on nearly 3 million women. And it turns out, women with HPV are at risk for more than cervical cancer. The study’s findings suggest that women with HPV are at long-lasting risk for anogenital cancers too. Lead study author Susanne Krüger Kjær...

John & Tony’s story: love, brain injury, and domestic violence

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news.com.au, October 14, 20159:40am At their most severe, John’s outbursts have inflicted broken teeth and stitches to his partner Tony’s head. It’s rare to hear someone admit to being a perpetrator of domestic violence. And what John has done is shocking. There’s no question about it. But everyone close to John attests that he was never violent before he sustained a severe brain injury nine...

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