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Information on blood borne viruses (BBVs)

HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C are viruses that affect a number of Tasmanians. If you or your friends or family are affected, or if you are at risk, it is important that you know about these viruses and what you can do.

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Information on blood borne viruses (BBVs)

HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C are viruses that affect a number of Tasmanians. If you or your friends or family are affected, or if you are at risk, it is important that you know about these viruses and what you can do.

For more information see our:

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Red Thread is our quarterly health promotion magazine that provides useful info about health issues relevant for men into men.  It is absolutely free and is Tasmania’s only public, GLBTI health publication.

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Red Thread Magazine

Red Thread is our quarterly health promotion magazine that provides useful info about health issues relevant for men into men.  It is absolutely free and is Tasmania’s only public, GLBTI health publication.

Contributions and advertising

We want to hear from you

Please contact us by email if you would like to offer any of the following:

  • feedback or opinions on what you read

  • suggestions for future issues

  • articles that you would like to propose we include.

Contact Us

Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)

PrEP is a medication which is highly effective at preventing HIV transmission, even if a person who is HIV negative is exposed to the virus. PrEP is prescription medication and is listed on the pharmaceutical benefits scheme in Australia.

If you are thinking about going on PrEP, start a discussion with your GP now, or call us for more information.

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Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)

PrEP is a medication which is highly effective at preventing HIV transmission, even if a person who is HIV negative is exposed to the virus. PrEP is prescription medication and is listed on the pharmaceutical benefits scheme in Australia.

If you are thinking about going on PrEP, start a discussion with your GP now, or call us for more information.

View more information:

Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP)

If you have been exposed to HIV, you can get PEP. PEP is a month-long course of anti-HIV drugs that may prevent HIV infection after a possible exposure. The sooner someone starts PEP the better, but it must be started within 72 hours after a possible exposure to HIV.

To find out more about PEP and where to get it at GET PEP

Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP)

If you have been exposed to HIV, you can get PEP. PEP is a month-long course of anti-HIV drugs that may prevent HIV infection after a possible exposure. The sooner someone starts PEP the better, but it must be started within 72 hours after a possible exposure to HIV.

To find out more about PEP and where to get it at GET PEP

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