Why we believe in HIV rights

Why we believe in HIV rights

by Deborah Gold, Chief Executive National AIDS Trust is an organisation working to protect and defend human rights for everyone at risk of or living with HIV. We believe, alongside the World Health Organisation, that: “The enjoyment of...

Statement: International AIDS Conference 2020 – possible HIV cure

Statement: International AIDS Conference 2020 – possible HIV cure

Publication date

Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Today researchers from the Federal University of São Paulo and others presented evidence at the International AIDS Conference 2020 of the possible first long-term remission of chronic HIV-1 infection without myeloablation.
 

Deborah Gold, Chief Executive of National AIDS Trust, said:

NAT colaunches new HIV Commission to end HIV transmissions in England by 2030 with Government endorsement

NAT colaunches new HIV Commission to end HIV transmissions in England by 2030 with Government endorsement

Publication date

Monday, July 22, 2019

New independent HIV Commission to end HIV transmissions in England by 2030 launches with Government endorsement

  • The HIV Commission is chaired by Dame Inga Beale, former CEO of Lloyd’s of London, and includes experts from public health and academic communities

“Let’s do something dramatic” Sir Elton’s rallying cry

“Let’s do something dramatic” Sir Elton’s rallying cry

“Elton is always early” we were told by Anne Aslett, the Executive Director of the Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF). Sir Elton John, a consummate entertainment professional, was preparing for a thorough, political lecture looking at the HIV...