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Jessie and Michael talk about all things Human Papillomavirus (HPV) related on this episode of Well, Well, Well with exclusive podcast content we simply couldn’t jam into our regular show!

We talk about new screening technologies, and new vaccines for HPV with Kate Bourn from Cancer Council Victoria.

Jeremy Wiggins from VAC dials in to talk about removing barriers for trans and gender diverse people accessing cervical cancer screening.

David Samson joins us in studio to talk about the HYPER and HYPER2 studies at Melbourne Sexual Health Centre for young men who have sex with men.

 

Check out some resources form this week’s podcast!

 

Cancer Council Victoria: www.cancer.org.au

The HPV Vaccine: www.hpvvaccine.org.au/

The HPV Register: www.hpvregister.org.au/

The Bottom Line: www.thebottomline.org.au/

HYPER2: www.mshc.org.au/hyper2

EQUINOX Gender Diverse Health Centre: www.equinox.org.au/

This show, Episode #604 originally aired Monday December 18th 2017

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About the author: Michael

 

Michael is a Health Educator at Thorne Harbour Health (formerly the Victorian AIDS Council), working in the Sexually Adventurous Men (SAM) Project and it's Down an' Dirty campaign.

- Michael is a producer, co-host and podcast editor for Well, Well, Well @ 8pm Thursday nights on JOY discussing sex, health, and well-being in our LGBTI communities.
joy.org.au/wellwellwell

- Michael is a producer, co-host and podcast editor for Hide and Seek @ 9pm Wednesday nights on JOY discussing gay men's sex!
joy.org.au/hideandseek

Michael is also a PrEP advocate with PAN [PrEPaccessNOW], and enjoys a well made negroni.

 

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