Illegal HIV test kits imported from China for sale online could give an incorrect diagnosis, a Government health watchdog warned today
Waterstone’s historic Gower Street branch in central London is to become the first retailer to display the iconic UK AIDS quilt as part of its support for World AIDS Day 2011
Deborah Jack, Chief Executive of NAT (National AIDS Trust), comments:
The University of Liverpool has launched an iPhone application - HIV iChart - that provides healthcare professionals and HIV patients with instant and easy access to information about drug interactions.
The Terrence Higgins Trust, are working towards a world where people with HIV can live healthy lives free from prejudice and discrimination.
That is why this year THT are asking you join them in Standing Up and Standing Out for the 100,000 people living with HIV in this country right now and telling the world that people with HIV need support, not judgement.
Thirty years ago Terry Higgins lost his life to HIV. Since then Terrence Higgins Trust has helped thousands of people living with HIV and hundreds of thousands at risk of sexual ill health.
A lot has changed in 30 years, but the fight against stigma has never been tougher.
THT centres all over the country still routinely come into contact with discrimination, disownment and prejudice. and that's why this 1 December THT are asking you to do whatever it takes to raise vital funds and awareness.
Click the link below to get to THT's fundraising and awareness pages.
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