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HIV / AIDS News – 2019

HIV / AIDS News May Madonna Pays Tribute to AIDS Victims During Speech At GLAAD Awards April This doctor saves lives through organ transplants – and he’s also a world-class dancer Johns Hopkins surgeon Dorry Segev is revolutionizing the transplant process by allowing HIV patients to receive and donate organs. But that’s just his day job. For many years, that’s […]

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Conversion Therapy 2019

No one should be told their identity is something that can be cured. Yet many lesbian, gay, bi and trans people are being poorly treated by health and social care services, including by staff who believe that sexual orientation or gender identity is something that can be ‘cured’. In fact, our Unhealthy Attitudes (2015) report found that 10 per cent of health and […]

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Haemosexual Updates: Public Inquiry into the Tainted Blood Scandal

Haemosexual Updates Public Inquiry into the Tainted Blood Scandal Mark Ward, Founder of Haemosexual & Haemosexual Australia As the public inquiry into the contaminated blood scandal progresses, a personal commentary, updates and Inquiry information from Mark Ward will be published, along with his and other victims reactions. Accompanying videos will also be available on the Haemosexual YouTube Channel. Timetable for […]

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Contaminated Blood & Blood Products: Public Inquiry Press & Media

The Contaminated Blood & Blood Products Public Inquiry The Inquiry will examine why men, women and children in the UK were given infected blood and/or infected blood products; the impact on their families; how the authorities (including government) responded; the nature of any support provided following infection; questions of consent; and whether there was a cover-up. For more details, please […]

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Hepatitis News

Hepatitis News English clinic survey finds that 40% of gay men with new hepatitis C infections are HIV negative Daniel Bradshaw presenting at BHIVA 2019. Photo by Gus Cairns. A study of gay and bisexual men diagnosed with recently acquired hepatitis C infection and treated in three English clinics has found that 40% of them were HIV negative, the 25th Annual […]

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AIDS Since the 80s – gala reception

The City of London The AIDS Since the 80s Project –  Gala reception Making Positive History The AIDS Since the 80s Project feature film / archive /education / photography / music 100+ lives touched by the HIV virus 100+ in-depth interviews challenging / preserving / understanding HIV / AIDS in the UK The AIDS Since the 80s Project is about […]

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Mental Health News & Updates

Mental Health News & Updates Mental health: a state of well-being Updated August 2014 Mental health is defined as a state of well-being in which every individual realises his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his community. The positive […]

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Haemosexual Australia: Health & Political News

Haemosexual Australia Health & Political News Seeking gay and bisexual men in NSW to participate in this year’s survey. Findings are used to guide HIV and sexual health programs. If you are a gay or bisexual man who lives in Australia, we would like you to complete the Gay Community Periodic Survey. Taking part involves completing an anonymous online questionnaire […]

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