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NAT comments on the release of the first HIV self-test.
The UK's first HIV self-test goes on sale today, from BioSure. The test uses a small amount of blood from...
HIV and the general election - what we should be talking about.
The National AIDS Trust and HIV Scotland have joined together to identify the key priorities for the new Parliament which...
Guide to disability benefit claims for people living with HIV
NAT (National AIDS Trust) has developed guidance for people living with HIV on how to provide relevant evidence for new...
NAT (National AIDS Trust) ‘deeply concerned’ about the impact of upheaval and delay in national HIV prevention spending.
The Department of Health has announced its plans for investment in HIV prevention for 2015-16.
How we are failing a generation of young gay men.
New research has found three-quarters of young men who are sexually attracted to other men (young MSM) don’t receive any...
HIV prevention – underfunded and deprioritised.
Not enough money is being spent on HIV prevention to have any impact on the rate of new HIV infections,...
Leaders’ responses to open letter show no cross-party consensus on LGBTI inclusive Sex and Relationships Education.
#SameSexSRE There has been a mixed response to an open letter to the party leaders calling for: ‘All political parties...
NAT welcomes Government commitment to maintain national HIV prevention funding
The National AIDS Trust (NAT) has today welcomed commitment from the Minister for Public Health, Jane Ellison MP, to maintain...
NAT opposes 50% cut to national HIV prevention funding for England.
The Government has announced that there will be devastating cuts to funding for the national HIV prevention programme in England...
British public still in the dark about HIV 30 years on.
Less than half (45%) of the British public understand how HIV is and isn’t transmitted, new research reveals today. NAT...
IMPACT OF HIV ON UK GAY COMMUNITY CONTINUES UNABATED.
Public Health England reports greatest number of new diagnoses in gay men The Report published today from Public Health England...
OVER 26,000 PEOPLE WITH HIV IN THE UK ARE UNAWARE THEY HAVE IT.
Public Health England increase estimates of the number of heterosexuals living with undiagnosed HIV in the UK. The Report published...
HIV drug you take just before sex to prevent transmission - NAT comment.
The French PrEP trial ANRS IPERGAY announced today that trial participants on the placebo arm of its study should be...
NAT comments on PROUD study interim results on PrEP.
Today, the PROUD study interim analysis finds pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is highly protective against HIV for gay men and other...
Nigel Farage - the National AIDS Trust comments.
Yusef Azad, director of policy and campaigns, NAT (National AIDS Trust), said:“Nigel Farage's comments on banning people with HIV from...
PHE stats show an overall decrease in new HIV diagnoses – but not for gay men.
Today (6 October) Public Health England (PHE) releases its 2013 HIV statistics, showing the number of people who are receiving...
Call for same-sex SRE to be statutory in all English schools.
A coalition of LGBTI (Lesbian Gay Bisexual Trans Intersex) organisations and campaigners have written an open letter to political leaders...
New Chief Executive for NAT.
Deborah Gold has been appointed as Chief Executive of NAT. Dame Denise Platt, Chair of NAT said: We are delighted...
Despite High Court ruling the Home Secretary refuses to act on asylum seekers benefits.
NAT is extremely disappointed to hear that a Home Office review of the asylum support system has found that there...
NAT tribute to Martine de Schutter.
Martine de Schutter from the Dutch sexual health and HIV organisation Aids Fonds was one of the victims of Malaysian...