You can now have a finger prick HIV test with results in under 20 minutes.
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Terry Higgins lost his life 30 years ago. His death inspired our fight for better sexual health for all of us. There's still no cure for HIV, but with your help we can stop it in its tracks.
Donate £10 and help stop HIV in its tracks
A short course of medication called PEP can prevent HIV infection if taken soon enough after exposure.
Post exposure prophylaxis
Just £10 pays for an HIV test which gets someone onto treatment, which will keep them alive and stop HIV spreading.
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Wednesday 15 May
Terrence Higgins Trust Scotland marks day against homophobia with ‘It Gets Better’ film
Tuesday 14 May
‘Play It Safe’ project to offer free HIV tests at African Nations Cup UK
Thursday 09 May
Join the party at Tallula’s to celebrate day against homophobia and transphobia
Wednesday 24 April
Spread of HIV in England can be halted within a generation, says prevention campaign
Africans in England can halt HIV within a generation, says largest-scale prevention campaign to date
Gay men in England can halt HIV within a generation, says largest-scale prevention campaign to date
Friday 19 April
Oxfordshire conference to explore the role of faith groups in tackling HIV
Thursday 18 April
Terrence Higgins Trust in Ipswich to offer Back to Work scheme for people with HIV
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AIDS 2012 conference
Genevieve Edwards reports from the 19th International AIDS conference.
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