World Aids Day

A chance to create an Aids-free generation

Pamela Nash  |  1 December 2014

On World Aids Day we remember the 39 million people who have already tragically lost their lives to Aids. Fortunately, treatment now exists so that contracting HIV does not mean a death sentence, at least in this country and the majority of the developed world. However, in far too many places treatment still remains out …

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Reducing undiagnosed and late-diagnosed HIV

Luciana Berger MP  |  1 December 2014

This World Aids Day gives us an important opportunity to celebrate the remarkable advances we have made in the treatment of HIV, but also to reflect on how much more we should be doing to prevent it in the first place. Despite the improvements in how we treat HIV, I am deeply concerned that the …

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A global strategy for health

Ben Simms  |  1 December 2014

Today is World Aids Day, an opportunity to remember the 1.5 million people who died of Aids in 2013, and the 39 million who have died in the last 30 years. World Aids Day is also an opportunity to remind ourselves of one of Labour’s proudest moments in government. Ten years ago, as Labour was …

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