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HPA/ UCL HIV epidemic in MSM research: National AIDS Trust comment.
NAT's comment on the Health Protection Agency and UCL research exploring driving forces behind HIV epidemic in men who have...
HIV transmission amongst men who have sex with men - NAT comment.
The Medical Research Council and the Health Protection Agency research which shows a failure to reduce HIV transmission amongst men...
Charity urges better availability of early treatment to prevent spread of HIV.
The National AIDS Trust (NAT) is calling on the NHS to allow people with HIV to start treatment early in...
Public confused about how you get HIV.
Nearly half (46%) of the general public wrongly think you can get HIV from being bitten, spat at or coming...
National charities reject call for UK Bill of Rights.
The Equality and Diversity Forum (EDF) welcomes the publication of today’s report, The Choice Before Us, by the Commission on...
Leveson Report makes important recommendation on complaints around discrimination.
The Leveson Report published today recommends that anyone should be able to make a complaint under the new regulatory system...
NAT comments on Health Protection Agency report on HIV.
New figures from the Health Protection Agency (HPA) reveal the number of people living with HIV in the UK hit...
STI epidemic amongst gay men undoubtedly contributing to continuing high rate of HIV transmission.
New figures from the Health Protection Agency (HPA) reveal in 2011 over a fifth of gay men (21%) diagnosed with...
NAT launches exclusive red ribbon art exhibition at London's City Hall.
To mark World AIDS Day (1 December) and NAT’s 25th anniversary, NAT is launching a Red Ribbon Art Exhibition at...
NAT launches HIV shadow strategy at 25th birthday Parliamentary Reception.
Despite the immense progress made in tackling the UK’s HIV epidemic over the last thirty years, huge challenges remain. By...
NAT celebrates 25th birthday on 9 October with short film and brand new sparkly red ribbon.
NAT (National AIDS Trust) has been celebrating its 25th birthday throughout the year but tomorrow the day will finally arrive...
NAT shortlisted for Charity Times 'Charity of the Year' award.
The US Food and Drug Administration today announced approval of the use of an anti-retroviral drug (Truvada) as a pre-exposure...
NAT welcomes Glasgow City Council passing motion against forced destitution of refused asylum seekers.
NAT (National AIDS Trusts) welcome the decision of the Glasgow City Council to pass a motion against the forced destitution...
NAT welcomes US decision on HIV home testing.
The US Food and Drug Administration today announced approval of the first over-the-counter self-administered HIV testing kit for use in...
NAT report reveals police training and policies on HIV are outdated and stigmatising.
NAT today launches a report ‘ Police occupational health policies and blood borne virus training: protecting health? ’ which reveals...
‘Take pride, get tested!' – NAT and Gaydar team up for World Pride.
NAT is delighted to announce they are teaming up with Gaydar.co.uk for World Pride on Saturday 7 July with the...
New report on HIV partner notification reveals missed opportunities for HIV testing, diagnosis and prevention.
NAT today launches a new report ‘HIV Partner Notification: a missed opportunity? ’ which looks at the forgotten role of...
NAT’S 25th birthday event 'Spring Awakening' raises over £30,000.
Last night NAT and guests celebrated at the annual flagship fundraising event ‘Spring Awakening’ – this year themed ‘the Silver...
NAT calls for new HIV testing strategies to tackle undiagnosed HIV and late diagnosis.
NAT today launches a new report, ‘ HIV Testing Action Plan – to reduce late HIV diagnosis in the UK...
NAT welcomes new guidance in Scotland on prosecutions for HIV transmission.
The Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS) today published their Guidance for Scotland on ' Intentional or Reckless Sexual...