Latest news from Terrence Higgins Trust, as well as useful resources for journalists and broadcasters.
NHS England has announced a start date for the PrEP trial and the news that the drug has now been procured for the trial.
One man living with HIV has shared the story behind how he started a global movement from his studio apartment in Brooklyn, to raise awareness of one of the biggest and least-understood facts about the virus; that people on effective HIV treatment cannot pass on the virus.
Terrence Higgins Trust comments on changes to blood donation restrictions.
Our response to an interim recommendation from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation that teenage boys are not given the life-saving HPV vaccine.
Around 1 in 3 Brits would be ‘uncomfortable’ giving First Aid to someone with HIV on effective treatment, according to Terrence Higgins Trust survey, while nearly 40% would be ‘uncomfortable’ going on a date.
Leading HIV and sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust has launched a brand new, Scotland-wide peer support service, to enable people to live well with HIV.
Terrence Higgins Trust’s Friends Dinner, which was hosted by Stephen Fry and took place last night, has raised over £350,000 so far.
Nearly 9 out of 10 (89%) sex workers don’t agree with the current rule banning them for life from giving blood, Terrence Higgins Trust’s new report has found.
Terrence Higgins Trust is delighted to announce that Lord Cashman CBE and Lord Black of Brentwood have become patrons of Terrence Higgins Trust.
Details of PrEP trial in England still yet to materialise.
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