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World AIDS Day 2018

World AIDS Day 2018

Saturday 1st December 2018 marks thirty years of observing World AIDS Day   Over thirty years has passed since the first HIV diagnosis in the UK, and in that thirty years we’ve made some incredible progress towards ending HIV and improving life for those living with the virus – but there’s still much more to be done.… Read the rest

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Naomi Sutton Signs Up As Saving Lives Ambassador

For National HIV Testing Week 2018, Dr Naomi Sutton takes us through why we should all care about HIV testing. Naomi is a Consultant Physician in Sexual Health and HIV in Rotherham – and will be staring in a new Channel 4 series, SexTesters, in the new year.… Read the rest

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National HIV Testing Week 2018 Posters

Downloadable U=U and HIV Test, Treat, Prevent Posters for your Clinics, Communities, and Hospitals   More and more people are talking about U=U, and we have had requests for some of our posters to be made available for download! So, to mark National HIV Testing Week, we are delighted to offer our materials free of charge as a recourse for your clinics, communities and hospitals.… Read the rest

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Football Saving Lives 2018

Saturday 17th November sees the start of National HIV Testing Week 2018. Saving Lives along with our Football Ambassadors are encouraging everyone to get tested, know their HIV status & educate themselves on U = U. Over thirty years has passed since the first HIV diagnosis in the UK, and in those thirty years we’ve made some incredible progress towards ending HIV and improving life for those living with the virus – but there’s still much more to be done.  Luckily getting tested has never been easier.… Read the rest

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National HIV Testing Week 2018

Saturday 17th November sees the start of National HIV Testing Week 2018 and Saving Lives is encouraging everyone to get tested, know their HIV status and educate themselves on U = U. Over thirty years has passed since the first HIV diagnosis in the UK, and in that thirty years we’ve made some incredible progress towards ending HIV and improving life for those living with the virus – but there’s still much more to be done.  Did you know that if you’re diagnosed with HIV in the UK today you can expect to live just as long as any of your friends and family?… Read the rest

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