Every year on the 1st of December many people start wearing a red ribbon for World AIDS Day, but what does it mean and who designed it? The Red Ribbon […]
I remember only too well when AIDS first impacted on my world and came into the public eye.
The Red Ribbon symbol has become the defining icon for the awareness, fundraising and determination to beat HIV and AIDS. It’s strong, vibrant red, a symbol that has become synonymous with […]
The strong, vibrant red, a symbol that has become synonymous with every 1st December, was designed in 1991. A decade after AIDs began its stranglehold, decimating communities, a coalition of […]
It would be easy to preach. At the time of writing this (late November 2014), I’m a man in my early 40’s and as of my last test roughly 3 […]
Did I miss something? Has there been some enormous breakthrough while I wasn’t looking? Are HIV and Hep C now as easy to deal with as gonorrhoea or chlamydia? I […]
Come along to G-A-Y Bar in Old Compton Street on World AIDS Day to get a free, instant and confidential HIV test and support an HIV and sexual health clinic’s […]
As Terrence Higgins Trust marks 30 years, Boris Johnson backs HIV testing campaign
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Make History. Get Tested.