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A community perspective: On Human Papillomavirus (HPV)-related cancer among women and, trans and gender diverse people

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Positive Life NSW & Femfatales, April 2019 Authors: Liz Sutherland, Lance Feeney, Katya Samodurov Human papillomavirus (HPV) is a common virus which can be passed through skin to skin contact during sexual activity. Evidence to date shows that women living with HIV are 3 to 6 times more likely to develop cervical cancer than the general female population. They are also at greater risk of...

Needs analysis survey for People Living With HIV in SA

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Positive Life SA & SAMESH, October 2018 We are undertaking a community needs assessment to guide the work of this organisation and the wider HIV sector in South Australia. We want to give people living with HIV in South Australia an opportunity to have a say in our future and help to shape HIV services. This online survey is an important part of this process. It will also help to guide closer...

Survey for all women and anyone with a cervix: HPV-related cancer awareness

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Positive Life in partnership with Femfatales, the National Network of Women Living with HIV, 2018 All women and anyone with a cervix in Australia, both HIV-positive and HIV-negative, are invited to take an online, anonymous survey about awareness of HPV and related cancers. Positive Life NSW in partnership with Femfatales, the National Network of Women Living with HIV, has developed a survey to...

Afternoon tea to highlight the importance of National Women Living with HIV Day

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PEACE Multicultural Services (Relationships Australia SA) in collaboration with Femfatales (NAPWHA) and SAMESH (SHine SA/VAC) are holding an afternoon tea to highlight the importance of National Women Living with HIV Day. Join us for wonderful opportunity to meet, talk, learn and honour the women who live with HIV over a delicious afternoon tea. – When: Thursday, 9 March, 2017 – Time:...

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