The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) has slashed the budget earmarked for the HIV Prevention Pill, PrEP even before the roll out across England begins. It was announced earlier this year that the DHSC had set aside a […]
If you’re on PrEP but you’ve decided that you’re no longer hooking up with other guys during the COVID-19 lockdown, we answer whether it is safe to just stop taking the meds. It’s official, well actually doctor’s orders, you really […]
It’s taken a long time and a trial that limited the number of people who could access the revolutionary drug that halts the spread of HIV, but PrEP is finally available to those who need it in England. The PrEP […]
The fight to end new HIV transmissions in England and Wales is being severely limited according to the Head of Policy, Debbie Laycock, at the Terrence Higgins Trust. Although there are plans to make PrEP more widely available from April, […]
There are over a hundred clinics in England that are currently offering PrEP on the IMPACT trial. Obtaining PrEP in Scotland and Wales is different and people wanting to take PrEP should speak to their GP or local sexual health […]
The controversial performer Azealia Banks has taken time out of her busy schedule to warn people using the anti-HIV drug, PrEP. Of course, she had little (read no) evidence to back her claims. Banks, who has a history of attacking […]
New data shows that nearly a quarter of gay and bisexual men who tried to access PrEP via the NHS IMPACT trial were unable to in the past year.
European study of nearly 1,000 gay male couples who had sex without using condoms – where one partner was HIV positive and on suppressive antiretroviral therapy (ART) and the other HIV negative – reports no cases of within-couple HIV transmission […]
Places for London’s PrEP trial to be boosted by 60 per cent.
A doctor who was instumental in making PrEP accessible in the UK has died at the age of just 44.
MPs warn of ‘cliff-edge’ in access to HIV prevention pill PrEP in open letter to Public Health Minister calling for ‘urgent action’ Today (19 December), MPs and peers from across Parliament have published an open letter calling on public health minister […]