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A short course of medication called PEP can prevent HIV infection if taken soon enough after exposure.
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Selected clinics to start enrolling people from September, with full access across England by April 2018.
Priority must be that trial reaches everyone at risk
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Friday 01 December
Terrence Higgins Trust welcome Prince Harry and Ms Meghan Markle to World AIDS Day in Nottingham
Wednesday 29 November
HIV stigma remains rife with 1 in 5 Brits uncomfortable wearing a red ribbon to mark World AIDS Day
Friday 24 November
Terrence Higgins Trust statement on spit hoods
Wednesday 15 November
Prince Harry attends the opening of Terrence Higgins Trust pop-up shop
Wednesday 18 October
UK PrEP programme would be cost-effective, and could prevent up to one in four cases of HIV
Monday 09 October
£160,000 raised to support HIV positive people back to work
Tuesday 03 October
New figures confirm HIV diagnoses are falling, but there is still “cause for concern” – warns Terrence Higgins Trust
Thursday 07 September
"We urgently need new approaches to HIV testing" - NICE quality standard published
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