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Man convicted of deliberately infecting sexual partners with HIV

A man who deliberately infected at least five sexual partners with HIV has been convicted of causing grievous bodily harm. Darryl Rowe, 27, was also convicted of five counts...
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Prince Harry attends THT HIV pop-up shop

Today, Prince Harry attended the opening of Terrence Higgins Trust’s HIV self test pop-up shop in Hackney, to launch National HIV Testing Week (November 18-24). His Royal...
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London HIV campaign shortlisted for Campaign of the Year award

London’s HIV prevention campaign, Do It London, shortlisted for Campaign of the Year category at the distinguished LGC Awards 2018. The latest Do It London campaign, which is...
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Prince Harry to attend opening of THT pop-up shop

Prince Harry will attend the opening of the Terrence Higgins Trust (THT), HIV pop-up shop in Hackney on Wednesday, November 15, 2017. The shop marks the launch of National HIV...
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Halloween fun run raises over £850 for local HIV charity

On October 28, over 160 people donned their most terrifying outfits to take part in the inaugural Halloween Fun Run in Hove, raising over £850 for local HIV charity, The...
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New survey highlights disconnect between the aspirations of people living with HIV in the UK and HIV treatment advances

People living with HIV in the UK continue to have lower expectations from life than the general population, despite HIV treatment advances. New survey highlights disconnect...
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Martin Fisher Foundation Update

Since its launch two years ago, the Foundation has been working hard with partners to develop the Towards Zero HIV Strategy for Brighton & Hove and has led, with Brighton &...
Posted On 28 Oct 2017
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HIV charity offer support to service users struggling with Universal Credit implementation

Lunch Positive respond to Universal Credit implementation in Brighton & Hove. As the implementation of Universal Credit enters its final stages, there are big changes ahead...
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FEATURE: Transitioning with Sugar – HIV & Me

I’ve been HIV+ for the majority of my adult life. I was diagnosed in my early 20s shortly after the death of my mother. I didn’t take her death very well and ran away to...
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New study indicates national PrEP programme would be cost effective

The Lancet Infectious Diseases publish scholarly study into the HIV prevention treatment, PrEP titled, Cost-effectiveness of pre-exposure prophylaxis for HIV prevention in men...
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Could you be a short term foster parent for a disabled child?

Barnardo’s Brighton and Hove Link Plus provides high quality fostering and short breaks for disabled children and their families. They are desperately looking for more carers...
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New Prostate Cancer online support group

Prostate Cancer UK teams up with Opening Doors London (ODL) to trial a new online discussion group for gay, bisexual men and MSM (men who have sex with men), who have been...
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LGBTI people face health service barriers

New research by a consortium including the University of Brighton has uncovered inequalities, barriers and discrimination faced by LGBTI people when accessing health services....
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World Mental Health Day – L’Eau de Chris? No, ludicrous!

Love Island star, Chris Hughes reveals true story behind ‘L’Eau de Chris’ bottled water – as he becomes Ambassador for the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) on World...
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