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Well, Well, Well

19 Sep 2019

ASHM 2019 and HIV & Ageing

Health, HIV, PrEP, Science & Medicine, Sex & Sexuality, Sexual Health, Trans & Gender Diverse, Uncategorized

Chris Williams from emen8.com.au talks to Cal from ASHM 2019

This week Cal is joined by Gerry from Taking Charge, the HIV & Ageing project from Thorne Harbour Health and Living Positive Victoria for people living with HIV 50 years old and over.

Then Chris Williams from Emen8 calls in from the 2019 Australasian Sexual Health and HIV/AIDS Conferences (ASHM2019) in Perth. Chris talks through the latest sexual health news coming out of the conference including interviews with:

While only a portion of the interview with Liz & Teddy was featured in this episode, you can listen to the full interview here:

 

 

 

This show, Episode #689 originally aired Thursday 19th September 2019.

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