In January 1987, 30 years ago, I wrote a draft of what was to become soon afterwards the first comprehensive human rights charter for people with HIV.
According to the British HIV Association in 2014 the ‘Quality of life for people with HIV in the UK remains poor, despite treatment successes.’
Unusual Risks, the medical financial advisers are today announcing the results of their latest HIV Insurance Survey. After contacting all of the major Life Assurance providers in the UK, they can report that 75%* of insurers are now offering some form of HIV Life Assurance.
Young gay and transgender people fear a group which supports them could close after losing its council contract.
A British man with HIV hopes to become the first in the world to be cured of the disease by using a pioneering new therapy designed to eradicate the virus.
Unusual Risks, the medical financial advisers have today published the results of their annual research into the average amounts of Life Assurance that HIV Positive men and women are insuring themselves for.
Bisi Alimi made clear, the right to have PrEP on the NHS was undeniable - but did have some criticisms of relying on the drug to prevent HIV.
NAT (National AIDS Trust) is delighted by the judgment passed down in the High Court today that NHS England acted unlawfully in withdrawing PrEP, a game-changing drug preventing transmission of HIV, from its decision-making process.
A new guide has been produced by the Association of British Insurers to inform customers with HIV about life insurance.
Cases of syphilis in England have jumped 76 per cent since 2012, alarming new figures show.