'Clean & Dirty' by Dr NaomiSaving Lives ambassador, Dr Naomi, talks about the importance of language when talking about HIV & Sexual Health.
Let's ditch the "clean" and "dirty" and instead talk openly and honestly together.
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Talking U=U with Bruce RichmanDr Steve Taylor of Saving Lives talks to Bruce Richman of Prevention Access Campaign about U=U and its incredible power to empower those living with HIV whilst at the same time helping us end the epidemic.
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Introducing Take My PillsTake My Pills is a new service from Saving Lives that can help you take your PrEP better.
Has sexual or gender based violence stopped you for going for your cervical screening?Has sexual or gender based violence stopped you coming forward for your cervical smear screening? Team Saving Lives Ambassador Dr Naomi Sutton has some words of encouragement for you.
Embarrassed to go for your cervical screening?Are you too embarrassed to go for a cervical screening? Team Saving Lives Ambassador Dr Naomi Sutton has some words of encouragement for you.
Missed your cervical screening due to fear of pain?Are you postmenopausal? Have you missed a cervical screening due to fear of pain? Team Saving Lives Ambassador Dr Naomi Sutton has some words of encouragement for you.
From BBC News: Worrying increase in HIV cases in injecting drug users in the West MidlandsThis News feature was aired on BBC Midlands Today on the 30th November 2018. Dr Steve Taylor speaking on behalf of the British HIV Association "Warns about the consequences of cuts to Public health spending on outbreaks of syphilis, multidrug-resistant Gonorrhoea and HIV.
Dr Naomi Sutton on HIV TestingFor National HIV Testing Week 2018, Dr Naomi Sutton takes us through why we should all care about HIV testing.
Naomi is a Sexual Health and HIV Consultant in Rotherham, and will be starring in a new Channel 4 series, SexTesters, in the new year. She is a passionate educator and campaigner - and we are delighted to have her onboard for testing week!
Know your HIV status & help prevent HIV this Valentine's DayThere are approximately 10,000 people in the UK who have HIV and don't realise it. The only way to know is to test.
To order your FREE home HIV testing kit this February go to http://www.takeatestuk.com and use voucher code LOVE18 at check out.
There are more ways than ever to protect yourself from HIV this Valentine's Day.
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LOVE STORY by SAVING LIVES BOYZ #WorldAIDSday 2017 #HIVzeroWorld AIDS Day 2017. (Birmingham UK) At the end of a long day of volunteering for the Saving Lives Charity, These 4 young volunteers photo-bombed a works Christmas Karaoke . Go the #SavingLivesBoyz
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#HIVZero Dr Steve Taylor on the BHIVA World AIDS day campaign ˙HIV:Towards Zero#HIVZero is the British HIV Associations (BHIVA) social media campaign prepared for #WorldAIDSday 2017 Dr Steve Taylor Lead consultant from the Birmingham Heartlands HIV Service speaks about the dramatic changes in HIV diagnosis and treatment in the UK over the last few years and the challenges we still face. Worth a watch.
Valerie Delpech discusses the latest HIV data from Public Health EnglandAt November's BHIVA conference Saving Lives managed to get a few minutes to speak to Public Health England's Dr Valerie Delpech.
She wanted to tell us about the exciting new data on the dramatic fall in new HIV cases in England, and that we must carry on doing what we're doing.
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