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A short course of medication called PEP can prevent HIV infection if taken soon enough after exposure.
Find out if you've been at risk
Selected clinics to start enrolling people from September, with full access across England by April 2018.
Priority must be that trial reaches everyone at risk
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Wednesday 09 May
Terrence Higgins Trust launches free HIV self testing for gay and bi men, trans women and black Africans
Tuesday 17 April
Celebrities help raise over £174,000 for Terrence Higgins Trust at Christie’s
Monday 09 April
Over half of women living with HIV in the UK have experienced violence
Friday 01 December
Terrence Higgins Trust welcome Prince Harry and Ms Meghan Markle to World AIDS Day in Nottingham
Wednesday 29 November
HIV stigma remains rife with 1 in 5 Brits uncomfortable wearing a red ribbon to mark World AIDS Day
Friday 24 November
Terrence Higgins Trust statement on spit hoods
Wednesday 15 November
Prince Harry attends the opening of Terrence Higgins Trust pop-up shop
Wednesday 18 October
UK PrEP programme would be cost-effective, and could prevent up to one in four cases of HIV
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