National Aids Trust says health service is now ‘sitting on’ a drug that could be ‘the beginning of the end’ of the HIV epidemic in the UK
Critics of PrEP, the daily pill that stops people getting HIV, say that gay men just need to change their behaviour, not take a preventative medicine. Here is why that alone is not the answer
'I am not sorry we were together, no, I am sorry the HIV came into the situation," says David Wilson in court
Research could 'potentially serve as a curative approach for patients with HIV', scientist says
Potentially thousands of people with the virus cut adrift at the very time the transmission rate is increasing
Awareness of and interest in the virus spikes after a decade-long decline in interest
Officials were heavily lobbied by industry figures who said no one would watch porn films featuring condoms
The girls said that 'refusing sex' would be a valid reason for a man to beat his wife
He asked the women during sex if he could not wear a condom knowing he was HIV positive.
Archive documents reveal cabinet rows over public education programme
The drugs that GSK has bought still require approval by regulators
The team behind the condom hope to launch it next year
Pills won’t treat illnesses like HIV and Aids – on World Aids Day we need to prescribe a new way of thinking
From visiting a kissing booth to getting tested
Including that two million people were infected last year...
There are approximately 36.9 million people living with HIV