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Blog: March 2017

Dashboard update: HIV and STIs in BC in Q4 of 2016

This is the dashboard report on STI and HIV trends in BC for the fourth quarter of 2016 (October – December 2016). These reports are posted quarterly to provide a snapshot of HIV and sexually transmitted infections in...

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Categories: Trend watch

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Upcoming webinar: PEP/PrEP Update – A BC Case Study

PEP/PrEP Update – A BC Case Study

Date: 27 March 2017
Time: 10:00 AM PDT
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Categories: Events and announcements

HIV/AIDS Coalition launches a new youth video “Facts & Fears“

The Northern BC First Nations HIV/AIDS Coalition is pleased to present their second Youth video “Facts and Fears: Healthy Living and Leadership.” The release took place last month at the First Nations Health...

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An innovative approach to reaching women living with HIV for cervical cancer screening in Uganda

Background

Cervical cancer is entirely preventable through vaccination, screening, and early treatment. However, this disease remains a leading cause of death in sub-Saharan Africa, where HIV rates are also high.

Women...

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Categories: Program updates

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