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Blog: November 2018

Educators' Forum 2019: Promoting effective STBBI, HIV, Hepatitis C and harm reduction education with Indigenous peoples of BC

The First Nations Health Authority in partnership with the Pacific AIDS Network, CATIE, Vancouver Coastal Health, the BC Centre for Disease Control and YouthCO/Y├║usnewas are excited to be hosting the 4th annual two-day gathering for...

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Higher risk of HPV vaccine failure in the first two years for women living with HIV

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Women living with HIV are more likely to be infected with the human papillomavirus (the virus that causes cervical cancer). Not only is HPV infection double in women living with HIV compared to women without HIV, but...

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Effect of opioid-substitution therapy and mental health counseling on HIV risk among hepatitis C-infected individuals

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Hepatitis C virus (HCV) and HIV infection commonly co-occur because of shared transmission routes and risk behaviors. HIV infection among individuals living with HCV is a major predictor of morbidity and mortality....

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Search related content: hepatitis C, HCV, HIV, mental health, opioid-substitution therapy

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