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The Queensland Government fully recognises that we cannot successfully address the challenges of sexually transmissible infections, HIV/AIDS and other blood-borne viruses on our own. We need partnerships with non-government service providers and community organisations, and we need Queenslanders with the education and awareness to prevent the spread of these infections. Our partnerships have worked, and their success has contributed to Australia’s globallyrecognised status as a leader in the control of HIV. To build on Queensland’s success, we must meet the challenges of rapid population growth and our unique cultural, geographic and demographic circumstances. To do this, the Queensland Government and key stakeholders have worked together to develop the Queensland HIV, Hepatitis C and Sexually Transmissible Infections Strategy 2005-2011. This Strategy improves on earlier approaches. It integrates the three program areas, so that in many communities the HIV/AIDS, hepatitis C and sexual health programs will be delivere

Year: 2010
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