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UncategorisedJune 7 2024

Today, we’re focusing on a condition that affects millions worldwide: Herpes. Herpes, known for symptoms such as sores, blisters, rashes, and fever, c...

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UncategorisedJune 25 2023

There are several reasons why rashes, lumps and lesions around the groin area can appear, ranging from allergies or other infections to something much...

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UncategorisedJune 24 2022

A Missouri (USA) woman has won a $5.2 million dollar lawsuit against insurance giant Geico, after claiming that she contracted human papillomavirus (H...

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UncategorisedMay 27 2022

For most people who have contracted HIV, the symptoms experienced are often similar to the common cold or flu.  This means that diagnosis can be diffi...

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UncategorisedMay 13 2022

Australia’s domestic response to HIV since its discovery in the 1980s has been regarded internationally as a world-leading model of best practice.  Th...

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UncategorisedOctober 1 2021

Planning for a pregnancy and expanding your family is an exciting time but also a time when it is crucial to ensure you are in good health. Getting te...

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UncategorisedSeptember 17 2021

Dr Mark Bloch has been working in the field of HIV medicine since 1983 and is now the director of Clinical Research at Holdsworth House in Sydney. We ...

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UncategorisedSeptember 3 2021

Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) is a condition caused by an imbalance of Gardnerella vaginalis – the bacteria that naturally live inside your vagina. T...

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UncategorisedAugust 20 2021

The University of Queensland is leading a project aimed at expanding and improving surveillance infrastructure for Indigenous primary health care. The...