In this spring issue of Positive Living we explore the rise of HIV activism in the ‘80s and ‘90s. There’s plenty of news from the International AIDS Conference in July, and Neil McKellar-Stewart presents the latest research on hepatitis C and HIV co-infection plus the latest on early treatment.
David Menadue returns to Positive Living after an unpleasant brush with Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma and ponders why a cancer diagnosis today feels almost ‘respectable’ in comparison to an AIDS diagnosis in the 1980s. There’s an AIDS 2014 update; ‘State of mind’ looks at massage as a way to relieve anxiety; Dr Louise explains hepatitis B; and there’s a delicious recipe using this year’s superfood, quinoa.
Plus, Positive Life NSW and Living Positive Victoria join us to bring news from their states. Check them out in the PDF or flip-book versions.
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