In recent years our understanding of HIV has improved greatly with real advances occurring in HIV treatment and prevention. Today, the death rate among people with HIV who are diagnosed promptly and on treatment is comparable to the rest of …
Dr Anthony Nardone heads the Sexual Health Promotion Unit in the HIV and STIs Department at PHE and has nearly 20 years’ experience in infectious disease epidemiology. His major interest is in the evaluation of sexual health interventions, promotion of HIV testing and in the monitoring of risk behaviour.
World Aids Day is an opportunity to remember those who have lost their lives to HIV and AIDS, and today also reminds us that the fight against HIV is not over. In 2016, we have a range of HIV prevention …
HIV has no cure or vaccination, yet, due to advances in treatment and our understanding, someone living with HIV can expect a comparable life expectancy as someone who is HIV-free. Achieving the best possible health outcomes depends on early diagnosis, …
We know that young adults remain the age group most at risk of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in England. Public Health England’s latest national data show that, in 2013, 15-24 year olds experienced around two thirds of all chlamydia cases …
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