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Ed Wilkins in Myanmar: Week 21

A couple of noteworthy events (well to me anyway) happened very soon after I arrived in the New Year. I failed to mention them in week 20 so forgive the chronologically chaotic order of these pot-pourri of memories that form these blogs.… Read the rest

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Ed Wilkins in Myanmar: Week 20

The hardest thing about writing a blog is making yourself do it. I’ve now been in Myanmar 24 weeks but in the last ten months have managed only 19 blogs. Two have been lost in the ether of laziness or more truthfully, the fact that I’d exhausted my capacity to say anything newsworthy or entertaining, and a further three are waiting to be written, this being the first.… Read the rest

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These Two Hashtags Have The Power to End The HIV Epidemic

These Two Hashtags Have The Power to End The HIV Epidemic

#UequalsU. #909090. Am I speaking gibberish or in code? Not at all, and you should know why.  If you already know what U=U and 90/90/90 means then stop reading now – and go and educate someone that doesn’t. That might sound harsh , but the trouble is that those of us that spend time on the twittesphere and have an interest in HIV already spend a lot of time talking to each other.… Read the rest

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Football Clubs Join Forces With Saving Lives on World AIDS Day

Football Clubs Join Forces With Saving Lives on World AIDS Day

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World AIDS Day Podcast from Dr Steve Taylor

Our Medical Director, Dr Steve Taylor, speaks in this brand new podcast about this year’s World AIDS Day: where we’ve come from, where we are … and where we’re going. For the first time, many organisations, including the British HIV Association, are stating that U=U – or Undetectable equals Untransmittable.… Read the rest

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