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Italian authorities spread "dangerous nonsense" on HIV to justify ordering seizure of migrant rescue ship
Italian authorities have issued an order for the seizure of the rescue ship Aquarius, saying discarded clothes could be "contaminated"...
PEP prescribed outside of clinical guidlelines perpetuates HIV myths, says NAT
A new study from Germany has shown that over 10% of people given PEP (post-exposure prophylaxsis, a course of pills...
NAT calls for restoration of public health funding if Government is to realise its ambitions for prevention
The government has set out its strategy for prioritising prevention in the health system today. Kat Smithson, Director of Policy...
Budget 2018 - NAT Comment
Today’s Budget 2018 announcement has included extra spending on health and social care but there has been no funding announced...
On the first year anniversary of the opening of the Impact trial, we need to end NHS rationing of PrEP
Saturday October 13 is one year since the first clinic opened in the PrEP Impact trial (13 October 2017), a...
New report: HIV and Integrated Care – Can STPs deliver?
Today, NAT (National AIDS Trust) have published a report entitled ‘ HIV and Integrated Care – Can STPs deliver? ’...
NAT respond to BHIVA and BASHH survey on sexual health
Today the British HIV Association (BHIVA) and British Association for Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH) released data from surveys showing...
PrEP drug patent overturned in UK - NAT respond
The High Court has today overturned Gilead's patent extension on Truvada, the HIV drug also used in PrEP. Deborah Gold,...
NAT response to new falls in HIV diagnoses
New data from PHE England released today shows falls in HIV diagnoses in 2017. Deborah Gold, Chief Executive of NAT...
UK HIV drugs bill may reduce following court ruling - implications for PrEP
A ruling today from the European Court of Justice (ECJ) suggests that Gilead’s patent for Truvada (the drug used to...
NHS England and local authorities must ensure routine availability of PrEP for HIV prevention by 1 April 2019, says coalition of charities
• 32 organisations demand HIV prevention drug PrEP to be routinely available on the NHS by 1 April 2019 •...
Brian Paddick talks about his PrEP use - NAT comment
Lord Paddick has today spoken of his use of the HIV prevention drug PrEP in a personal story shared on...
HIV Prevention Pilot brings new hope for PrEP in Northern Ireland
The Northern Ireland Department of Health has announced a new £450K HIV Prevention Pilot to be funded through the Health...
NHS England considers expanding PrEP trial - NAT comment
Deborah Gold, Chief Executive of NAT (National AIDS Trust) said: “This proposed trial expansion , from 10,000 to 13,000 participants,...
Sir Elton John calls on digital giants for action on HIV in landmark lecture
In today’s ‘Diana, Princess of Wales Lecture on HIV’, Sir Elton John called for renewed global action on HIV. This...
Gonorrhoea and syphilis diagnoses rise as PHE figures confirm sexual health crisis
Public Health England data published today on sexually transmitted infections in England make clear we are failing to address the...
Sir Elton John to deliver landmark lecture on HIV in remembrance of Princess Diana
The Diana, Princess of Wales Lecture on HIV will be delivered by Sir Elton John in front of an invited...
HIV discrimination removed from new insurance policy guidance
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) Guide to Minimum Standards for Critical Illness Cover (CIC), published today, has removed discriminatory...
NAT welcome statutory Relationships and Sex Education in Wales
Deborah Gold, Chief Executive at NAT, said: “It’s fantastic news the Welsh Government is taking the step to put Relationships...
Crisis in sexual health services can be ignored no longer say NAT
A Royal College of Nursing survey has shown that sexual health services are understaffed and turning patients away from testing...