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The Kirby Institute Symposium 2015

Added 8 Sep 2015 -
Registration is open for the third annual Kirby Institute Symposium.The event brings together academics, researchers, clinical professionals, policy makers and community partners working in the field of...
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HIV ‘wakes up’ only once a week under treatment, according to new research

Added 3 Jul 2015 -
3 July 2015 (SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA) - In a new study from the Kirby Institute at UNSW Australia, researchers have found that HIV cells in the body of a person receiving antiretroviral treatment become activated 24...
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Kirby Seminar - Mr Phillip Keen - "Rapid HIV testing among Gay and Bisexual Men: Results from the NSW HIV Rapid Testing Evaluation Framework."

Added 30 Jun 2015 -
The Kirby Institute is pleased to present:  Mr Phillip Keen-  Coordinator of the NSW HIV Prevention Revolution Partnership Project, Kirby Institute "Rapid HIV testing among Gay and Bisexual Men: Results...
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People who use drugs prevented access to Hep-C wonder drug in United States, Australia edging towards universal access

Added 30 Jun 2015 -
Medicaid restrictions on access to a breakthrough treatment for viral hepatitis C infection hit the poorest and most underserved patients the hardest, suggests data from a new study published today in the...
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Kirby Seminar - Professor Miles Davenport -"Understanding host-pathogen interactions-from the molecule to the population."

Added 23 Jun 2015 -
The Kirby Institute is pleased to present: Professor Miles Davenport-  HEAD of Infection Analytics Program, Kirby Institute "Understanding host-pathogen interactions-from the molecule to the population."...
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