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Terrence Higgins Trust, Britain’s leading HIV and sexual health organisation, has launched a programme that will enable men who have sex with men (MSM), trans women and black African people to order free HIV self testing kits.
Top celebrities such as Nancy Dell’Olio and Gemma Oaten came out in force for Terrence Higgins Trust’s charity auction.
Over half of women (58%) living with HIV in the UK have experienced violence in their lives, according to a new joint report from Sophia Forum and Terrence Higgins Trust.
Today the UK’s leading HIV and sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust hosted a World AIDS Day fair in Nottingham, attended by Prince Harry and Ms Meghan Markle.
The day before World AIDS Day, survey reveals the extent to which stigma, prejudice and fear still surround HIV.
HIV cannot be transmitted through spitting, and police forces should not use HIV as an excuse to justify spits hoods.
Today, Prince Harry attended the opening of Terrence Higgins Trust’s HIV self test pop-up shop in Hackney, to launch National HIV Testing Week (Saturday 18 to Friday 24 November).
Our Medical Director responds to a new study on PrEP.
Barclays Spectrum – the bank’s LGBT employee network – raised over £160,000 to support leading HIV charity Terrence Higgins Trust at its annual fundraising dinner on Friday 6 October at The Savoy in London.
New figures, published today by Public Health England (PHE), show an 18% decrease in HIV diagnoses in the UK in 2016.
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