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World AIDS Day: exploring new HIV data and the Governments HIV Action Plan


By Hannah Ward

This year marks 40 years since the start of the HIV epidemic in the...

Trans Awareness Week: celebrating the role of trans people in the fight against HIV


By Michelle Ross

In the 1980s, there was a lot of misleading information around people living with HIV. Lots of...

Long-acting injectable treatment - what does this mean for people living with HIV?


NICE decision on cabotegravir with rilpivirine (Long-Acting Injectables) – community guidance from UK-CAB (UK Community Advisory Board)...

Why we need to improve mental services for people living with HIV


by Dr Alexander Margetts

Not everyone who’s living with HIV needs mental health support. Indeed, many people manage the...

HIV and mental health: why we must improve mental health services


By Calum Douglas

Today is World Mental Health Day and this year’s theme - 'Mental Health in...

Black History Month and HIV


By Rebecca Mbewe

October marks Black History Month in the UK - that time of the year when...

Why we must normalise HIV testing for all


By Dr Tristan Barber

For many years now we’ve had the suggestion indicator conditions are a good way to identify...

The Home Office is failing people living with HIV in Immigration Removal Centre


By Tamara Manuel

People held in immigration detention in the UK are entitled to the same level of healthcare...

It’s time to paint a fuller picture on HIV in 2021


By Kat Smithson

Forty years after the first cases of HIV-related illnesses and deaths, knowledge and understanding...

Drugs: how much longer can the Government ignore the evidence?


By Calum Douglas

Last year we welcomed the publication of the first report of Dame Carole Black’s...