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Our sexual health services
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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Monday 02 December
Community gathers for Terrence Higgins Trust World AIDS Day memorial at historic respite centre
THT Scotland launches new social group for gay and bisexual men with HIV in Tayside
Friday 29 November
Terrence Higgins Trust to host World AIDS Day memorial at historic respite centre
Thursday 28 November
Terrence Higgins Trust re-launches London HIV mentoring project for gay men at World AIDS Day
Terrence Higgins Trust re-launches London HIV mentoring project for Africans at World AIDS Day
Nine out of ten people with HIV call for better public understanding of condition
Wednesday 27 November
Glasgow running group mark World AIDS Day with 5km red-themed fun run
Tuesday 26 November
Terrence Higgins Trust urges Essex to get the facts about HIV this World AIDS Day
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AIDS 2012 conference
Genevieve Edwards reports from the 19th International AIDS conference.
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