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Yusef Azad

PrEP - What went wrong? What should happen?

22/03/2016

Rarely has a u-turn, rarely has a breach of trust, been so misleadingly announced. Reading NHS England’s press release, ‘Update...

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...

Suzi Price

Setback in the battle for SRE

23/02/2016

Yesterday, Nicky Morgan, the Secretary of State for Education, wrote a letter to fellow conservative MP, Neil Carmichael, outlining why...

Sarah Radcliffe

Benefit cuts: it’s all in the detail

25/01/2016

This Wednesday the House of Lords will be voting on two vitally important amendments to the Welfare Reform and Work...

Yusef Azad

Part 2: National HIV Prevention: Where's the £1.2m?

18/01/2016

In my last blog I welcomed PHE’s new tender for a national HIV prevention programme. The annual value of the...

Yusef Azad

National HIV Prevention: Hurray for the £1.2 million

14/01/2016

Part One. Just before the Christmas holidays Public Health England (PHE) released their tender documentation for a new national HIV...

Eleanor Briggs

Today is Human Rights Day

10/12/2015

But what’s that got to do with HIV?

Sarah Radcliffe

Letter of complaint to the Mirror

17/11/2015

On 11 November the Mirror published an article online called 'The Hollywood actor with HIV deserves everything he gets –...

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...

Sarah Radcliffe

The humanitarian crisis within our borders

23/09/2015

The plight of refugees has been a high profile issue in the news, on social media and in the streets...