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Prince Harry and Rihanna test for HIV in Barbados on World AIDS Day. Watch the video of the tests, which took place during a royal visit.
On the eve of World AIDS Day, Terrence Higgins Trust takes the It's Not Over message to the heart of Westminster with our annual Parliamentary reception.
World AIDS Day survey reveals 30% Brits believe you can get HIV from sharing a toothbrush - and only 16% realise there’s still an HIV epidemic in the UK.
We respond to a letter from the Chairs of five parliamentary committees calling for sex and relationships education to be made compulsory.
Welsh Assembly members highlighted the importance of HIV testing today during European HIV Testing Week, and encouraged people across the country to get tested.
Organisations have joined forces with Hornet, Grindr and PlanetRomeo in largest ever collaboration to promote European HIV-Hepatitis Testing Week.
Celebrities commemorated the lives of those lost to the AIDS epidemic at St Paul’s Cathedral today, where the UK AIDS Memorial Quilt was on display for the first time in 20 years.
Transport for London (TfL) and Terrence Higgins Trust are marking National HIV Testing Week by hosting the UK’s biggest workplace testing event for the second year running.
Today experts have warned of ‘unacceptable’ rates of late-stage HIV in the UK – particularly among heterosexual men.
PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) is a ‘game-changing’ pill that, when used alongside condoms, testing and treatment, could help bring the beginning of the end for HIV.
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