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Posted online 31 May 2012
A new Positive Life NSW campaign SERO DISCO 2 will launch in early June 2012. Looking after each other in serodiscordant relationships (where one partner is HIV positive and one partner is HIV negative) includes everything from communication to condoms. In SERO DISCO 2 we try to give you some practical answers to questions you might have asked yourself at some time. Can I still pass on HIV if my last viral load test is 'undetectable'? How safe is oral sex? Is pulling out okay? Can I stay negative in a serodiscordant relationship? How do I talk about changes in our relationship?
Would you like to participate in a new study? Opposites Attract is a globally unique study exploring HIV treatments, viral load, and HIV transmission in serodiscordant gay male relationships. For more information please visit: www.oppositesattract.net.au
Our social marketing campaigns draw on the practices and learning of people with HIV. The materials reflect on issues and experiences such as the anxieties and challenges of living with HIV today; including the stresses before getting tested for HIV or dealing with a new diagnosis, as well as topics such as changing approaches to sex and relationships and living long term. People with HIV share the strategies, skills and learnings that have worked for them.
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This page last updated: 05/31/2012 - 5:11pm