Access to Hepatitis C Drugs: Write Your MP

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In this blog at Channel 4 News, Victoria Macdonald reports on continuing delays in access to hepatitis C treatments and concerns that NHS England is seeking to influence NICE decisions about new hepatitis C treatments on the basis on affordability, rather than cost-effectiveness: Officials at NHS England have been accused of interfering in a process to

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Professor Martin Fisher: In Memoriam

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We are very sad today to hear of the passing of Professor Martin Fisher, a valued colleague based at Brighton and Sussex University Hospital. Martin was the first professor of HIV medicine at Brighton & Sussex Medical School and an honorary consultant physician in sexual health & HIV at BSUH. He had been instrumental in the

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Chemsex: A Guide

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Chemsex – the word used to describe drug use in sexual contexts – is increasingly prevalent amongst men who have sex with men. This guide from 56 Dean Street and the Hepatitis C Trust is an excellent introduction to the issues surrounding this practice: HCV continues to be a highlystigmatised disease associated with much fear, ignorance and misinformation.

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SAVE OUR SERVICE

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PLEASE NOTE: The below campaign has been produced by the Hawthorn House and Birmingham HIV Patient user group and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Trust. We post it to this website as part of our ongoing commitment to providing patients and service users a voice, and promoting public advocacy from those people

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