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HIV charity commemorates Terry Higgins 70th birthday

June 10, 2015

Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) commemorates Terrence Higgin’s 70th birthday with launch of five centres dedicated to over 50s living with HIV. To mark Terry Higgin’s 70th birthday, THT, the UK’s leading sexual health and HIV charity has rolled out a national programme – Health Wealth and Happiness Project (HWHP) – aimed at the one in four of those living with HIV in the UK who are over 50.

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General News

Dukes Mound spring clean!

James Ledward April 23, 2015

Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) has had the go ahead from City Clean to arrange a Dukes Mound spring clean! They are looking for volunteers to give them a helping hand on Saturday, April 25, from 1 – 5:30pm. Litter pickers, spades and brushes will be provided along with lots of refreshments and snacks to keep everyone going.

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Pop-up Boutique Soho charity shop opens today

James Ledward December 1, 2014

Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) launches pop-up, dual-purpose charity shop and gay men’s health service in Soho. To mark World AIDS Day (December 1), HIV and sexual health charity THT has launched a pop-up, dual-purpose charity shop and gay men’s health service in Walkers Court, at the heart of Soho.

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Health

THT launches World AIDS Day quiz to improve public understanding of HIV

James Ledward November 30, 2014

This World AIDS Day (December 1), HIV and sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) is challenging the public to take an online quiz to test whether their understanding of HIV is up to date. People are being invited to answer six ‘true or false’ questions about HIV, including how the virus is (and isn’t) transmitted, and what a diagnosis means for a person’s life.

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THT says UK can reach ‘tipping point’ of fight against HIV within a generation

James Ledward November 18, 2014

As Public Health England releases its annual report on the UK’s HIV epidemic, HIV and sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) has released a response outlining how the UK can lead the world in reaching ‘the tipping point’ in the fight against the virus. World Health Organisation modelling suggests that, if countries can meet a target of 90-90-90 by 2020 – 90% of people with HIV diagnosed, 90% of those diagnosed on treatment, and 90% of those on treatment having an undetectable viral load and therefore non-infectious – they can dramatically reduce the spread of infection by 2030.

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