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  • UK’s first LGBT older person’s community planned for Manchester

    The ambition to create a community aimed at older lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people has been announced today by Manchester City Council.

    19 February 2017 | Manchester City Council
  • Jesse Milan: I Will Never Forget The Day My Mother Asked If I Had HIV

    On National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day be aware that support of a mother, father, sister, brother, uncle, aunt, or cousin can be lifesaving.

    08 February 2017 | Huffington Post
  • The Unintended Consequences of AIDS Survival

    A treatment activist chronicles the unique health and psychosocial challenges of long-term survivors and outlines goals for mobilization.

    07 December 2016 | Poz
  • Pregnant and diagnosed with HIV: the group providing support for mothers

    mothers2mothers (M2M) is an Africa-based NGO that has helped 1.4 million HIV-positive mothers in nine sub-Saharan African countries.

    06 September 2016 | The Guardian
  • Why a London sex clinic is taking on the dark side of internet dating

    Hook-up apps’ tumultuous crusade into the heartlands of the dating scene have been well documented, with the decline in relationship intimacy and rise in sexually transmitted infections all being attributed to their use. It’s for that reason 56 Dean Street, a Soho-based sexual health clinic which sees 13,000 patients walk through its doors each month, has developed a service designed to tackle the new problems online dating presents.

    30 March 2016 | Daily Telegraph
  • Dumbing Down Treatment Decisions, Part Two

    Bob Leahy say there are wrong decisions made - both regarding treatment and prevention - all the time. But how do we help our most vulnerable who face barriers to good decision-making avoid them?

    02 March 2016 | Positive Lite
  • HIV prevention fatigue: Program engages men who have heard it all before

    An innovative program in San Francisco acknowledges and addresses prevention fatigue, while helping gay and bisexual men improve sexual health and wellbeing. Bridgemen carefully weaves education and discussions about sex and health into events that bring men together socially and for community service projects.

    23 December 2015 | BETA blog
  • Women Know Best Report

    A new report which addresses the wide range of issues which specifically affect women living with HIV and looks at some of the best way to address them.

    24 September 2015 | Positively UK
  • 5 HIV-Positive Men Give Advice to Their Former Selves

    Here are words of wisdom on surviving and thriving for those newly diagnosed with HIV.

    01 September 2015 | The Advocate
  • Recently diagnosed workshops

    Take Control, Learn, Connect is a new programme of weekend workshops for people recently diagnosed with HIV.

    15 June 2015 | Positively UK
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