The Medical Research Council is looking for HIV negative people to take part in two HIV vaccine trials
The late diagnosis of HIV and its consequences have been looked at in the European-wide COHERE study of 85,000 HIV positive individuals in 35 countries.
The annual Wig Party is back raising funds for NAT. It will be held at the Café de Paris in London on Sunday 27th October.
An estimated 18,000 people in Scotland are unaware they have contracted Hepatitis C.
The Welsh National Assembly has voted in favour of a move whereby people will be presumed to have consented for organ donation, unless they opt out.
The number of new hepatitis C diagnoses in England hit a new high in 2012. In total 10,873 people were diagnosed with hepatitis C up from 7,882 cases in 2010.
The desire to have a child is a powerful emotion. This of course, is no different for a woman living with HIV - or a woman with a positive partner.
Equity in access to health care on the basis of need alone has long been one of the celebrated core values of the National Health Service.
GAY PARIS HEP C & PREP
FIRE IN THE BLOOD
When AndyMurray walked onto Centre Court, there were many who laughed at him - the many who didn’t think he could win.
The invitation had arrived in my inbox two months previously. I’d read it, re-read it, enquired about places available numerous times.
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