Mpox vaccination is ending imminently in the UK. You need to get your first dose by 16 June and second dose by 31 July 2023. NAM aidsmap's Susan Cole talks to Dr Michael Brady and José Carlos Mejía Asserias about the importance of getting vaccinated and where you can get it.
With Professor Chloe Orkin from Barts Health NHS Trust; Dr Mateo Prochazka from the World Health Organization; HIV advocate Harun Tulunay, who had severe mpox in 2022; Dr Will Nutland from PrEPster and The Love Tank CIC; and Michael Akanji from the African Key Populations Expert Group.
NAM aidsmap's Susan Cole speaks to Professor Yvonne Gilleece, Chair of the British HIV Association, as well as Dr Will Nutland and Dr Matthew Page about the mpox (monkeypox) vaccination for people living with HIV.
A new study shows that people with HIV with CD4 counts below 200 produce weaker responses to COVID-19 vaccines than people with better immune function. Dr Andrea Antinori of the National Institute for Infectious Diseases, Italy, talks about the research presented to the EACS 2021 conference.
With writer at TheBody, Juan Michael Porter II; researcher at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health and EATG member, Maryan Said; and former BHIVA Chair and President Elect of the Medical Women's Federation, Professor Chloe Orkin.