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Blog category: Program updates

Bifocus: Non-monosexual community support

What is Bifocus?

Bifocus is a Vancouver-based, peer-led social and support group for bisexuals and non-monosexuals.

Non-monosexual may be defined as anyone who experiences their sexuality or attraction as connected to...

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Positive Living BC opens new Community Dental Clinic

Positive Living BC is proud to announce the opening of our new dental clinic, located at 1101 Seymour Street in Vancouver. Our dentists are here to serve the unmet dental needs...

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Re-imagining (and re-imaging) the Syphistory Campaign

Background

British Columbia has been in the midst of a syphilis epidemic for several years. Gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men (gbMSM) continue to be the most affected population.

In response, the...

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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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Aboriginal program “Around The Kitchen Table” recognized as Leading Practice

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