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Launch of innovative HIV prevention fund

Public Health England is encouraging all voluntary organisations to apply for national funding to enable innovative HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) projects across England.

Published
29 June 2015
From
Public Health England press release
Paying drugs services for success leads to fewer successful treatments

A flagship government drug treatment initiative appears to have backfired in England, where pilot payment-by-results areas have registered fewer successful treatment completions and more prospective patients declining treatment.

Published
24 June 2015
From
Drug & Alcohol Findings
£200m cuts to public health: the situation is getting serious

The announcement reinforces the view that public health functions including prevention remain nice-to-have but non-essential. Interventions to address smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, physical inactivity, sexually transmitted infections and substance misuse cannot be seen as an added extra for health budgets. Why is the message on focusing on prevention not getting through?

Published
16 June 2015
From
Nuffield Trust
Diminishing research dollars sparks disease comparisons, competition, while HIV advocates say now is not the time to ease efforts

With federal funding for HIV research under threat, 679 clinicians and researchers as well as leaders of 416 organizations working to prevent, treat and some day end the impact of HIV, have added their names to letters telling Congress the fight is not over yet.

Published
15 June 2015
From
Science Speaks
Sexual health services under threat following £200m public health funding cut

The British Association for Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH) expresses serious concern in response to the recent announcement that £200m will be cut from the local authority public health budget and highlights the implications that this is likely to have on the delivery of specialist, clinical sexual health services.

Published
12 June 2015
From
British Association for Sexual Health and HIV
Provision of PrEP in the UK will be cost-effective for gay men at high risk of HIV, model finds

A cost-effectiveness model of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for gay men based on the data from the PROUD study, and adapted to the UK epidemic, finds that

Published
01 June 2015
By
Gus Cairns
Panel: Compulsory licensing could address high-priced medicines in Europe

The high prices of medicine, which affects access to affordable medicine, was a theme of the annual World Health Assembly over the past week. In one side event, a panel discussed compulsory licensing as a vehicle to be used in combatting the high prices of medicine, not only in developing countries, but in Europe.

Published
29 May 2015
From
Intellectual Property Watch
UK male rape charity Survivors UK has state funding slashed to zero despite 120% rise in men seeking help

Survivors UK, which has received £70,000 a year from the Ministry of Justice for the past four years to fund its counselling services, is now being placed under significant pressure at a time when tackling rape, sexual violence and child sexual abuse has become a key focus for the police and the government following the revelations of Jimmy Savile’s years of abuse.

Published
28 May 2015
From
The Independent
High lifetime costs of treating HIV show importance of investing in prevention

The lifetime cost for treating one HIV infection in the UK is almost £380,000, according to a model published in the online journal PLOS One. Switching to generic

Published
27 May 2015
By
Michael Carter
Nigeria: Country Not Doing Enough to Fight HIV/Aids - UNAIDS

The country director, Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, Bilali Camara, on Tuesday said Nigeria requires $1.2bn (N236.4 trillion) for the treatment of HIV/AIDS in Nigeria. According to Mr. Camara, the fund provided by Nigerian government is grossly inadequate to close the treatment gap in the country.

Published
27 May 2015
From
AllAfrica.com
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