World AIDS Day Candlelit Vigil

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Birmingham will be hosting be a candlelit vigil on World AIDS Day 2017. Hosted by St Phillips Cathedral and Positive West Midlands, the event will take place at St Phillips Cathedral on Colmore Row in the city centre (B3 2QB). It will begin at 7pm. The vigil is an opportunity to remember our many friends who have died, and to celebrate and support those

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New Diagnoses in the UK Down Among the Young – But Up Among The Older

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A recent study in The Lancet has shown that, among younger people, rates of HIV infection decreased significantly in the UK between 2004 and 2015. For older adults, rates of HIV infection increased across the same period. “Our findings illustrate a clear need to provide comprehensive HIV prevention programmes, including education, access to condoms, better

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HIV Awareness Study Morning

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On Friday 24th November 2017, from 9am -2pm, we will be hosting a HIV awareness study morning in the Education Centre of Birmingham Heartlands Hospital. The session is open to all HEFT staff and will cover the following topics: HIV Basics, HIV Inpatient care, Paediatrics and Maternity, Sexual Health and Partner Notification, Antiretroviral Medication and Hepatitis B and C. To book

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