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Well, Well, Well

12 Dec 2017

Meningococcal and Holiday Health

Alcohol & Drug Harm Reduction, Health, Mental Health, Science & Medicine

Meningococcal and Holiday Health

Jack, Tex, and Michael discuss the recent outbreak of Meningococcal in Victoria amongst same sex attracted men, and the free vaccine available for men who have sex with men.  

In part two of our episode, we chat with Garth Parkhill from VAC about alcohol and other drugs during the festive season, and how to look after ourselves and each other.

 

Drug and Alcohol interactions for our LGBTI community via: www.touchbase.org.au

How to get PrEP: www.pan.org.au

Get PEP within 72 hours of exposure to HIV: – www.getpep.info

If you need someone to talk to this holiday period, call Switchboard on 1800 184 527

This show, Episode #603 originally aired Monday December 11th 2017

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