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HIV in British Columbia: Annual Surveillance Report 2011 now online

The provincial annual surveillance report describing trends in HIV and AIDS for 2011 is now available online.  In comparison to previous annual...

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Decreased susceptibility of BC gonorrhea isolates to current treatments

In its evolution over the past century, Neisseria gonorrhoeae (the causative agent of gonorrhea infection) has successively acquired resistance to first-line treatments, including penicillin, doxycycline, and ciprofloxacin....

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New Sexual Health Program at BCIT

 

BCIT is launching an introductory Sexual Health Rehabilitation course as part of a new Human Sexuality curriculum offered through the Perinatal Specialty Nursing program and School of Health Sciences.

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Knowledge is Power, and it Starts with Our Leaders

In 2011 the Chee Mamuk Aboriginal Program, in partnership with the Northern BC First Nations HIV/AIDS Coalition, hosted two leadership Forums for Chief and council members of BC’s North. 

The goal of the forums was to...

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Increasing percentage of HIV cases among gay, bisexual, and other men having sex with men in BC

Over the past decade we have observed a substantial decrease in new HIV cases in British Columbia. A similar decrease has not, however, occurred among gay, bisexual, and other men having sex with men (MSM). We used provincial...

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