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One of the biggest risks for anal cancer is the assumptions made about who gets it and how it’s caused.

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Historically a HIV diagnosis meant a very uncertain future and most likely death. This changed with the introduction of what we called Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy (HAART).

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Unpacking the message of U=U, viral blips and finding powerful messages based on rigorous science that unites the Body Positive without dividing or excluding some of us.

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Joel unpacks his decision to get vaccinated against the nine most common cancer-causing HPV types.

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IMAGE: David Crawford at the 2018 Honour Awards

David Crawford received a HIV hero award for three decades of providing service and care to people living with HIV, including a long-running role as a registered nurse at Ward 17 South at St Vincent’s Hospital. Now a Treatments Officer at Positive Life NSW, David continues to work tirelessly to improve the health and wellbeing of people living with HIV in NSW.

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