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Look After Your Blood Campaign

Look After Your Blood - Sexual Health and Blood-Borne Virus Program Campaign

The WA Department of Health’s Sexual Health and Blood-borne Virus Program has launched its new “Look After Your Blood” campaign.

Blood-borne viruses – such as hepatitis B, hepatitis C and HIV – are transmitted by blood, and hepatitis B and HIV can also be transmitted through sexual activity (sexual transmission of hepatitis C is also possible if blood is present).

The campaign aims to

  • Reduce the incidence of hepatitis C and HIV amongst Aboriginal people in WA.
  • Increase testing rates for hepatitis C and HIV amongst Aboriginal people in WA.
  • Increase knowledge about the risk behaviour of sharing needles and other injecting drug equipment and the importance of testing for BBVs.
  • To increase awareness that treatment is available for BBVs.

For more information read about blood-borne viruses or go to