NAT in the news
6,280 people were newly diagnosed with HIV in the UK in 2012.
NAT works with the media to raise awareness of HIV and to campaign for change.
Below is a selection of recent features about NAT's work in the media.
NAT welcomes Government commitment to maintain national HIV prevention funding (24/12/2014)
UK HIV Prevention Funding Saved For Another Year (23/12/2014)
UK government halves the budget of HIV prevention programme for England (16/09/2014)
Charities slam government plans to cut HIV prevention budget by 50 percent (16/09/2014)
World Aids Day: the role of business in HIV/Aids treatment and education (01/12/2014)
Less than HALF of the UK population understands how HIV is transmitted (01/12/2014)
HIV and Aids: 6 facts you need to know for World Aids Day (01/12/2014)
Exclusive: Marina and the Diamonds Writes On World AIDS Day (01/12/2014)
You will never believe how 28% of Brits think you can get HIV (01/12/2014)
Communicable Diseases (01/12/2014)
World AIDS Day 2014: This is what HIV looks like (30/11/2014)
Letters: It is time for Britain to forge its own tighter immigration policy (29/11/2014)
NHS urgently needs to make PrEP available, say HIV prevention organisations (25/11/2014)
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