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Webinar – HIV prevention research update: what to watch in 2014

Gus Cairns
Published: 20 January 2014

As part of its European HIV prevention work, NAM is collaborating with AVAC to provide a series of webinars (conference calls with accompanying slides) to train and inform prevention advocates and anyone interested in the newest developments in HIV prevention technology.;

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An update for NAM’s supporters

Greta Hughson
Published: 15 January 2014

As we start a new year, we wanted to take the time to thank you for your support over the last twelve months and to update you on our current funding situation.;

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The biggest change is still in the future, by Paul Clift

Published: 09 December 2013

Some thoughts on the occasion of the final ever issue of HIV treatment update (HTU), from Paul Clift, patient representative at King’s College Hospital and the national HIV Clinical Reference Group. Paul's comments form part of a feature article, All change.;

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Surviving, thriving and supporting others, by Winnie Ssanyu-Sseruma

Published: 09 December 2013

Some thoughts on the occasion of the final ever issue of HIV treatment update (HTU), from Winnie Ssanyu-Sseruma, senior policy and advocacy officer for community health within the Africa Division at Christian Aid. Back in 1996, Winnie was the first African openly living with HIV in the UK to appear on the cover of a national magazine. Winnie's comments form part of a feature article, All change.;

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Thirty years as an NHS consultant, by Professor Brian Gazzard

Published: 09 December 2013

Some thoughts on the occasion of the final ever issue of HIV treatment update (HTU), from Professor Brian Gazzard, chair of the Department of Health’s Expert Advisory Group on AIDS and research director of the St Stephen’s AIDS Trust. Brian's comments form part of a feature article, All change.;

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