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Monday, April 7th, 2014

'Chemsex' risks are not restricted just to gay men
The Guardian
NHS adviser calls for needle exchanges for steroid users
The Guardian      The Independent
HIV home testing kits available from the shops for the first time
Study shows PrEP reduces HIV infections
Delphos Herald
Divide over HIV prevention drug Truvada persists (USA)
USA Today

Monday, March 31st, 2014

NHS HIV Testing Needs Radical Overhaul
The Gay UK

'Chemsex' warning by Lambeth Council: Sex on drugs blamed for rise in HIV among gay men
Your Local Guardian    Evening Standard

Michael Lucas: Gay bareback porn is hotter and I don't use condoms with my HIV positive person (USA)

What's next for PrEP? A Q&A with Dr. Susan Buchbinde (USA)

HIV viral load in semen can differ in two samples provided within 1 hour  (France)

Monday, March 24th, 2014

New HIV test being offered at British clinic
International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics

John Middleton: 'Public health is about making ordinary lives richer'
The Guardian

HIV patients 50 times more likely to develop TB   (USA)
Times of India

Male Circumcision Lowers HIV Rates in Women as Well (USA)

Crystal Meth May Fuel HIV Disease Progression and Transmission

Monday, March 17th, 2014

Exclusive: Ed Miliband: Coalition must take responsibility for lack of HIV testing by GPs.

People assume if you have HIV you’ve been sleeping around or using needles - that wasn’t me

MPs criticise DWP for 'spin' on official statistics and benefit claimants
The Guardian

European Commission sets out HIV/Aids action plan (Europe)
PM Live

Will HIV Ever Be Safe Enough for You? (USA)
Huffington Post