The NHS has refused to commission the drug that could halt the spread of HIV – why are they prepared to put so many people's lives at risk?
The scientists have instead suggested the best way to protect against HIV is to only have sex in a 'heterosexual family' context
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
DoH wants to cap annual payments for victims in England at £15,000
A 25-year-old man faces 10 charges including four counts of rape and six of assault
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
And 70 per cent of victims have no access to medication
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis is a method for people who do not have HIV to prevent infection by taking a pill every day
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
Simon James did not inform his victims that he was HIV-positive before having sex with them on a number of occasions
Scottine Ross claims she had sex with actor five times before becoming aware of his status
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