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Daniel

NAT Success: Shining a light on drug related deaths

19/05/2016

In 2014 3,346 people across England and Wales died because they had a drug overdose. This is the highest number...

Daniel

A ‘formula for success’ to support mothers living with HIV

08/03/2016

Reducing new HIV infections has been a priority in the UK ever since the epidemic’s outbreak. It’s taken so seriously...

Ben Lineberger

World-leading on treatment, trailing on prevention – what the new HIV stats tell us

05/11/2015

Recently-released official statistics show that last year, there were just over 85,000 people accessing HIV treatment and care in the...

Eleanor Briggs

On World Hepatitis Day, which way now for hep C care?

28/07/2015

Although HIV treatment and care in the UK isn’t perfect, we can be proud it’s amongst the best in the...

Yusef Azad

What Has the Chancellor Got Against Sexual Health?

08/07/2015

On the election of the Conservative Government in 2015 the Chancellor announced plans for further cuts to public expenditure. Yes,...

Sarah Radcliffe

The proposed NHS restructure you haven’t read about

28/01/2015

NHS England is now looking at making changes to how 'specialised services' like HIV are commissioned. Depending on the approach...

Kat Smithson

Is just one pill a day always the best way?

11/11/2014

Treatment for HIV involves combining drugs from three different classes of anti-retroviral (ARVs) and there are single pill regimens that...

Sarah Radcliffe

Three reasons why Nigel Farage is wrong on HIV and immigration

10/10/2014

Like many people I was alarmed this morning to hear Nigel Farage’s comments to Newsweek and on the radio about...

Sarah Radcliffe

Should you care about commissioning?

16/09/2014

Last week Public Health England launched a new publication, Making it work: a guide to whole system commissioning for sexual...

Yusef Azad

Keep our sexual health services confidential

06/08/2014

Sexual health remains for most people a sensitive and private matter – if we go to a sexual health clinic...