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“When the test came out positive, he called me crying.”

“He hadn’t ever told anyone else about his sexuality, let alone about his HIV status. We talked, and when the test came out positive, he called me crying. He was…

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“Every time it has been without a condom, every time I was badly beaten.”

Meet Boby. She has lost track of the precise number of times she has been gang-raped. She thinks it is between eight and ten. “Every time it has been without a…

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Alla Melnyk, StreetPower coordinator: “The kids are afraid to speak out, so you never see them. They are the lost generation, quite literally.”

Ukraine is currently experiencing Eastern Europe’s second worst HIV epidemic, which has been exacerbated by a boom in drug use and lack of awareness about safer sex. After violence erupted in Ukraine in 2013 and the government…

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Larry Scott-Walker: “Once you’re living with HIV, no amount of shame is going to change it, so celebrate it”

Most members of Transforming HIV Resentment into Victories Everlasting Support Services (Thrive SS) can remember the date they tested positive for HIV as easily as their birthdays. And they’re marking…

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The Alexis Clinic: “We have patients who would rather die than be seen here”

In the reception area of the HIV clinic at University Hospital Lewisham, two women embrace. Clinical nurse specialist Marcia Barnaby has not seen Patricia (an alias), since she was diagnosed…

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Africa’s ‘King of Condoms’

Kenya has the joint fourth largest HIV epidemic in the world, with 1.5 million Kenyans living with HIV. More than half of new infections are among those aged between 15…

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Jane Anderson: 90-90-90 is only the beginning

Currently, 92% of people living with HIV in the UK  have been diagnosed. 98% of people diagnosed are receiving treatment, and 97% of people receiving treatment having an “undetectable viral…

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Our #AIDSfree Launch

No more discrimination. No more HIV infections. No more AIDS-related death. These are the aims of the Elton John AIDS Foundation. To help meet them, we support frontline programmes that help alleviate the physical, emotional and financial pain of those living with, affected by, or at risk of HIV/AIDS.

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Aid Match

Every donation to the AIDSFREE campaign will be doubled by the UK Government up to £2 million. Through UK Aid Match, the UK government will match every donation from the public, pound for pound, and this match money will be spent on Elton John AIDS Foundation projects in Nairobi and Maputo.

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Dr. Asboe: Supporting and expanding HIV treatment in London

The number of people diagnosed with HIV at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, London’s largest sexual health service, has dropped by nearly two thirds in two years….