Informed comment from the experts and all the latest news from Terrence Higgins Trust.
An end to the HIV epidemic? Liam Beattie and Ceri Dunstan look at the biggest challenges for sexual health in the coming year.
Liam Beattie, Campaigns and Parliamentary Officer, reflects on our biggest successes in campaigns and policy this year.
A new range of guides has been released to help target gay men on digital platforms about HIV prevention.
We’re asking women affected by HIV to tell us their experiences for our Invisible No Longer project as we advocate for change.
A major HIV self testing study in England and Wales has successfully reached the halfway milestone in recruiting 5,000 gay and bisexual men and transgender people, writes Justin Harbottle.
As the countdown begins to Friday 1 December, we’re delighted to announce Terrence Higgins Trust’s theme for World AIDS Day 2017: See Red.
We took young people to speak to MPs about their experiences with RSE at school and what should be taught in future.
Dr Michael Brady and Professor Chloe Orkin set out the joint position on the use of generic HIV medication.
We follow up on concerns raised by a pilot scheme where people accessing HIV treatment were asked to provide two forms of identification.
What a year it has been for Sex and Relationships Education!
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