The HIV activist sits down with Hadley Stewart to reflect on decades advocating for people living with HIV and the work that is still to be done.
The theatre-maker and actor speaks to Hadley Stewart about his latest play ‘Toxic’ and queer shame.
The recently-appointed Medical Director of the Terrence Higgins Trust sits down with Vada to discuss her vocation as a doctor and campaigner for inclusive sexual health services and education.
Hadley Stewart catches up with actor Nathaniel J Hall about It’s A Sin, Russell T Davies and the importance of talking about HIV.
Solicitor, Karen Holden talks about her advise to clients when applying for Life Insurance products in the UK when living with HIV
UK online doctors service Zava offers PrEP and all related medical advice from £49.99 per month.
New research has found that one in three gay and bisexual male patients has avoided seeking help for sexual health problems due to fear of prejudice by medical staff – and one in four have experienced discrimination.
Manchester Pride’s Superbia strand curates a weekend of exciting arts and culture, Day with(out) Art, for World AIDS Day.
Dr Julianne Barry writes about HIV testing in advance of World AIDS Day.
Next weekend, on Saturday 23 November 2019, the world’s first Illegal Blood Bank will open.