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HPA release new HIV statistics
27th March 2009
NAT welcomes decline in HIV diagnoses - but cautions against complacency The Health Protection Agency announced today that there were...
NAT Saddened by the Death of Natasha Richardson
20th March 2009
Deborah Jack comments: “We are saddened to hear of the tragic death of Natasha Richardson. Natasha Richardson was an NAT...
NAT Welcome Review of Blood Donor Bans
12th March 2009
National Blood Service to Review Blood Donor Bans The National Blood Service has announced plans to conduct a review of...
NAT Marks International Women's Day
8th March 2009
On International Women’s Day, 8 March 2009, NAT welcomes the UK Government’s announcement to intensify support for the development of...
Housing Professionals Failing People with HIV
20th January 2009
NAT report highlights the necessity of access to adequate housing for people with HIV A report released today by NAT...
NAT responds to Government's New Welfare Reform Bill
14th January 2009
Changes to the benefits system must recognise unique problems faced by people with HIV NAT (National AIDS Trust) welcomes the...
NAT Welcomes Lancet Report Calling for Needle Programs in Prison
24th December 2008
NAT (National AIDS Trust) welcomes the report Interventions to Reduce HIV Transmission Related to Injecting Drug Use in Prison by...
On Human Rights Day HIV Charities Speak Out About Deportation
10th December 2008
AHPN and NAT say UK Government's policy is putting lives at risk Two key UK HIV charities, AHPN (African HIV...
NAT welcomes new Northern Ireland Sexual Health Promotion Strategy
5th December 2008
On 1 December, World AIDS Day, the first ever Sexual Health Promotion Strategy and Action Plan for Northern Ireland was...
New Figures Show Increasing Number of People Living with HIV
25th November 2008
Growing number of hetrosexuals acquiring HIV within the UK The latest figures from the Health Protection Agency reveal that the...
Record Levels of HIV Diagnoses Among Gay and Bisexual Men as More Men Get Tested
25th November 2008
Younger gay men lead the way in getting tested The latest figures from the Health Protection Agency reveal that more...
NAT's Position on Current Restrictions on Blood Donation
12th November 2008
Deborah Jack, Chief Executive of NAT (National AIDS Trust), comments: "NAT is not convinced by the justification put forward for...
DfID Announce £220 Million New Fund for HIV Research
4th November 2008
DfID have announced a new £220 million fund for HIV research which will fund projects that are developing new prevention technologies.
Need to Improve Prevention and Testing to Combat Undiagnosed HIV Among Africans and Caribbeans
4th November 2008
New statistics released today from the Health Protection Agency (HPA) show that 42 per cent of all Africans diagnosed with...
NAT renews its call for the EU to protect people living with HIV from discrimination
31st October 2008
NAT is calling upon the European Union to provide for the first time explicit protection from discrimination for people living...
HIV positive asylum seekers left destitute by local authorities
30th October 2008
Vulnerable asylum seekers are being left at risk of homelessness and destitution, following the House of Lords ruling in M...
New benefits system may mean unfairness and greater poverty for people living with HIV
27th October 2008
New benefits system may mean unfairness and greater poverty for people living with HIV.
Sex and relationships education in schools
23rd October 2008
NAT welcomes compulsory sex and relationships education in schools... but asks what about same sex relationships?
NAT marks its 21st year and launches a report examining HIV in 2008
17th October 2008
To mark NAT's 21st birthday a new report "HIV... All Grown Up?" examines the HIV epidemic in 2008.
New HIV Testing Guidelines
1st September 2008
NAT (National AIDS Trust) welcomes the new UK National Guidelines for HIV Testing , published by British HIV Association (BHIVA),...