We’re thrilled to host Bruce Richman, founder of Prevention Access Campaign and the inspiration behind the U=U movement, for an interactive evening about how an ‘undetectable viral load’ and the U=U message can change the way people view HIV on 7 March at the Treasury Theatre in Melbourne.

Bruce learned in 2012 that his undetectable viral load meant he could not transmit HIV. He committed to sharing this life-changing information in the hope that people with HIV and their partners will live healthy sexual and reproductive lives free of fear and stigma. Bruce and the U=U campaign have received extensive media coverage including The Washington PostCBS Evening NewsChina Global TelevisionCBC Canada National NewsDailyMail.com and The Lancet. Bruce was honored for his work with U=U as Healthline’s HIV influencers “2017 Person of the Year“and named Plus Magazine “#1 Most Amazing HIV + People of 2017“, and he received the 2017 Partnership Award from the National Association of State and Territorial AIDS Directors.

The U=U forum will consist of:

Keynote Speaker
Bruce Richman, Founder of Prevention Access Campaign

Panellists
Christabel Millar, President of Living Positive Victoria
Associate Professor Edwina Wright, Alfred Health
Davey Thompson, The Institute of Many U=U Campaign

Host
Nic Holas, Co-founder of The Institute of Many

Join us for refreshments at 6:30pm for a 7pm start. Admission is free but space is limited.

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This event is part of the U=U campaign presented by The Institute of Many (TIM) and DYNAMIX INTERNATIONAL