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Seeking TGD people living with HIV!

Are you a Trans and Gender Diverse (TGD) person living with HIV? Then we would love to hear from you!

Charles Darwin University is conducting research into TGD people living with HIV.

Trans and gender diverse (TGD) people are often forgotten in research when it comes to HIV, but make up to 4% of the population who live with this chronic condition.

It’s time to stop erasing the lived experiences of TGD people because their stories and voices are just as important as everyone else’s. We want and need to understand the psychosocial aspects of being diagnosed and living with HIV as a TGD person, and raise greater public awareness of the social problems faced by TGD people.

This research will honour the voices of TGD people who live with HIV, and hopefully inform healthcare needs in the future.

So if you or someone you know is a TGD person, 18 years or older, and live with HIV, we’d like to hear from you!

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