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Alison Duke’s film, Consent, examines the activism and impacts of the 2012 Canadian Supreme Court decision
The Globe and Mail asked us to weigh in on a storyline involving HIV and PrEP on one of the most popular shows on television.
In new study, 100 percent of participants taking HIV prevention pill Truvada remained infection-free
Ask the Hon. Jane Philpott, new Federal Minister of Health, to begin the process of updating the national response to HIV/AIDS.
Building on the strength of ACT's HIVnow campaign, a new petition seeks fast-track approval for the revolutionary HIV prevention strategy.
We the human, economic and political stakes are all considered, it's easy to see that it's time to take a radially different approach to treating peoplpe who use drugs in Canada.
Ending the Ban Would End Regulations Rooted in Homophobia, HIV Stigma
World Health Day marks a time to reflect on the many public health challenges to be addressed around the globe, such as the 35 million people living with HIV and AIDS. It's also a call to address such issues closer to home. In Canada, we can lead the way forward towards ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic, but a federal level commitment is sorely lacking.