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AIDS in Australia is uncommon, but not over.

Added 18 Jul 2016 -
AIDS in Australia has become uncommon, and we are doing better than almost anywhere else on earth, but it is not over. Every year, 150 people in Australia go to the doctor and find out that they not only have...
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Beating AIDS in Australia is just the first step: we need a gold bullet for HIV

Added 13 Jul 2016 -
While we may have tamed AIDS at home, millions more around the world remain at risk, writes David Cooper. OPINION: Almost exactly 20 years ago, a multi-drug treatment for HIV was confirmed as the way forward....
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Multimillion dollar investment will boost Australia’s response to infectious disease outbreaks

Added 1 Jul 2016 -
UNSW’s Kirby Institute will partner with Australia’s leading experts in clinical, laboratory and public health research on a new initiative to boost the country’s response to infectious disease outbreaks. A $5...
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Kirby turns 30

Added 20 Jun 2016 -
The Kirby Institute’s achievements are cause for celebration as UNSW’s world-leading infectious disease research centre marks its 30th anniversary, writes Melinda Ham.   Read the full story, published in...
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New clinical trial program to prevent and treat HIV-associated cancers

Added 7 Jun 2016 -
A leading researcher from the Kirby Institute at UNSW and St Vincent’s has been awarded a major Cancer Institute grant to develop a clinical trial program in cancers associated with HIV infection at St Vincent...
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