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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!
Campaigners have expressed they are ‘seriously concerned’ about delays to the long-awaited PrEP trial in England.
As Volunteer Appreciation Week 2017 kicks off, our London and Brighton Volunteer Coordinator Simone Howard wants to say a big thank you to all our wonderful volunteers.
Today Terrence Higgins Trust and Sophia Forum launch a new project which aims to shed light on and encourage action to address the impact that HIV has on women in the UK.
We’re calling on the next government to stand with people affected by HIV.
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