Christmas 2016

Haemosexual wishes you a peaceful Christmas and New Year   As winters grip tightens the darkness seems to be taking over and for some that is exactly how they are feeling. A gradual withdrawal into a dark world of loneliness, heartache and dread. The pressures of the global holiday season never get any easier or less painful for some. It […]

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GAY MEN, IT’S TIME TO EDUCATE YOURSELVES ABOUT WHAT HIV-POSITIVE AND UNDETECTABLE MEANS

If you learn one thing in 2016, make it this. GAY MEN, IT’S TIME TO EDUCATE YOURSELVES ABOUT WHAT HIV-POSITIVE AND UNDETECTABLE MEANS   “If you’re undetectable then you’re practically un-infectious”. “We were on a date and having some dinner and it just came to the point of disclosure, where I tell him. So, I said ‘yes, I’m positive, I’m […]

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Hepatitis C ‘effectively eradicated’ in haemophilia patients who were given contaminated blood

Hepatitis C ‘effectively eradicated’ in haemophilia patients who were given contaminated blood Haemophilia patients were given contaminated blood during the 1970’s and 80’s. December 2016 –  15 Comments Image: Shutterstock/wk1003mike THE INFECTIOUS DISEASE hepatitis C has been all but eradicated in people suffering from the blood condition haemophilia – who were infected when they were given contaminated blood. The announcement today […]

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Gay Paralympian who said he’s willing to go to prison for opposing anti-LGBT laws to be knighted

Gay Paralympian who said he’s willing to go to prison for opposing anti-LGBT laws to be knighted       Benjamin Butterworth 30th December 2016, 11:37 PM The Queen’s New Year’s Honours list is to recognise out gay Paralympian Lee Pearson. He is to become Sir Lee Pearson, having been awarded a knighthood in the list. The dressage competitor has 11 gold […]

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UT Austin Engineers Develop First-Ever Capsule to Treat Hemophilia

UT Austin Engineers Develop First-Ever Capsule to Treat Hemophilia  Bloggerr December 28, 2016 In center, Sarena Horava, the study’s lead author and a recent Ph.D. graduate from the Cockrell School of Engineering, helping high school students. Cockrell School of Engineering AUSTIN, Texas — In the near future, hemophiliacs could be able to treat their disease by simply swallowing a capsule. Thanks to a […]

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