GAY people insist AIDS has not changed their lives – but they have become more selective about sexual partners and avoid travellers from the US.
TWO more people, a young man and a young woman, may have caught the deadly AIDS virus from transfusions of infected blood.
Sydney’s homosexual community has pleaded for sense rather than hysteria to prevail in the current…
The Sydney Star advises its readers not to let others know they are participating in the AIDS study being conducted.
A second case of AIDS in NSW has been confirmed, and NSW Health Department officials are attempting to track down people who have had sexual contact with the man.
A private foundation will finance a three-year study on the use of the drug Interferon to treat AIDS in homosexual men.
The gays are carrying on a treat over the cops raiding their Sydney haunts. But look at it from the eyes of Inspector Ernie (“the Good”) Shepherd and his Vice Squad boys – they don’t like the line of work much either. They’re frightened of catching AIDS!
The NSW Government has given $84,000 to Sydney’s St Vincent’s Hospital to fund a research project into AIDS. The Minister for Health, Mr Brereton, said the main aim of the project was to determine whether there were AIDS carriers in Sydney’s homosexual community.
The first suspected case of AIDS contracted in Australia had been notified by a Sydney…
The Anti-Discrimination Board of NSW is investigating a claim that a homosexual who suspected he had AIDS was denied emergency medical treatment.