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Since 2005, people living with HIV have been protected against discrimination from the point of diagnosis in most settings, including the workplace and healthcare settings such as GP surgeries.

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Significantly fewer people were able to identify correctly the ways in which HIV is transmitted in a 2007 survey than were able to do so seven years earlier.

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There are signifcantly higher rates of HIV among prisoners than among the general population.

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The practice of dispersing asylum seekers to different parts of the UK poses particular risks to the health of people living with HIV as it can disrupt medical care, treatment regimens and interrupt support.

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Poor quality and inappropriate housing can have a seriously detrimental effect on people living with HIV.

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There are over 900 children under the age of 15 living with HIV in the UK, the majority of whom are of school age.

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