PREP COMMUNITY FORUM
Pre-exposure Prophylaxis or PrEP is a combination of antiretroviral medicines used to treat HIV. Research shows effectiveness at preventing HIV transmission.
April 2018 Update – PrEP has been listed on the PBS (Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme) in Australia. Learn how to access PrEP now.
“What is PrEP?” “How effective is it?”
Pre-exposure Prophylaxis or PrEP is a combination of antiretroviral medicines that are used to treat HIV. Research has shown that if it’s taken every day by an HIV-negative person, it’s highly effective at preventing HIV transmission, with a risk reduction of at least 95%.
ACON will be hosting a special community Q&A in Sydney on October 22nd where a panel of experts will discuss the latest developments in relation to PrEP before taking questions from the floor.
Come and join the panel for this free and interactive Q&A style debate.
WHEN: Wednesday, October 22nd 2014
TIME: 6pm for a 6:30pm start
WHERE: The Colombian Hotel, Level 1, 117 Oxford St Darlinghurst
RSVP your attendance on 02 9206 2064
To submit a question for the Q&A prior to, or on the night, simply send us an instant message on Facebook here.