A group of UNSW Sydney researchers has released a groundbreaking report expected to improve the lives of people with bloodborne viruses.
Proposals in NSW to force someone who spits at or bites a frontline worker to be tested for HIV and other blood-borne viruses are a real problem - for workers and the public.
Tens of thousands of Australians have been cured of Hepatitis C since March 2016, writes Greg Dore.
Australia is on track to cure more people of hepatitis C in 2016 alone than in the past 20 years, according to a new report from UNSW's Kirby Institute.
A mistrust of the health system and discrimination from health workers could be preventing Australians living with hepatitis C from accessing life-saving treatment, according to new research.
The latest instalment of Australia’s annual report card on HIV, hepatitis and sexually transmissible infections has been released this morning. Here’s what UNSW experts who work in these areas make of the results.
All food-borne disease outbreaks are frightening, but the good news for this one is that hepatitis A is rarely life-threatening, writes Peter White.