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PrEP trial extended to a further 13,000 people

NHS England is to double the size of its implementation trial of the HIV prevention drug PrEP (the ‘Impact trial’), to widen participation to an additional 13,000 patients.
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SPORT: Fitter Confident Me

New Year’s resolutions are easy to make and easy to break. Fitter Confident You is a great way to start and to stay focused by Craig Hanlon-Smith.
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Remembering Jill Howell – A Seagulls fan and Samaritan volunteer

On Saturday, January 12 the game between Brighton and Hove Albion and Liverpool FC will take on a special significance. The day will be a tribute to lifelong Seagulls fan and...
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LETTER TO EDITOR: Getting the Blue Badge

Sussex ME Society raise concerns about attempts at reducing numbers of blue badges for disabled people in Brighton & Hove.
Posted On 05 Jan 2019
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FEATURE: My name is Jac, and I’m an addict

Despite a fairly normal childhood, I never really felt comfortable in my own skin. I started using drink and drugs in my teens, like everyone else. They solved my problem, and...
Posted On 27 Dec 2018
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Fitter confident me!

Sporting myth has it that the game of Rugby was invented by someone picking up a football mid-game and running with it. For years I was convinced that guy was a disgruntled...
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Directors of Public Health and LGA call for major extension of national PrEP trial

The Association of Directors of Public Health (ADPH) and the Local Government Association (LGA) call for a major extension of access to PrEP to help end the epidemic of HIV in...
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Give a Gift to Martlets this Christmas

IF you could give just one extra gift this year, then give something that will make a real difference to another local family. A £20 Christmas donation to Martlets could pay...
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Brighton academics join global research project

University of Brighton joins global research project to ensure people have access to high-quality tests for sexually transmitted infections (STI) including HIV and Syphilis –...
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Kemptown MP discloses his HIV status to help tackle stigma

In a speech to the Commons ahead of World Aids Day on Saturday, December 1, Lloyd Russell-Moyle MP for Brighton Kemptown and Peacehaven discloses his HIV status in a bid to...
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May, Corbyn, Sturgeon and Cable speak out for World AIDS Day

Leaders of the main UK political parties issue messages of hope and solidarity for World AIDS Day, and outline necessary steps for the future of fighting the HIV epidemic.
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Strictly’s Dr Ranj to open giant dance mat game for World AIDS Day 

Star of 'This Morning' and 'Strictly Come Dancing' Dr Ranj Singh will put his dancing shoes back on today, World AIDS Day when he will be the first to use a one-off dance mat...
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London Boroughs commit funding to the London HIV prevention programme

Ahead of World AIDS Day tomorrow (Saturday, December 1), London local government reaffirms its commitment to supporting those affected by HIV/AIDS and to ending new HIV...
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Two more new trustees for Lunch Positive

Every Friday Lunch Positive the HIV lunch club provides a weekly peer-led community lunch for people with HIV at Dorset Gardens Methodist Church, Brighton.
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