December 1st, World AIDS Day, is a time to reflect and to remember all those whose lives have been lost or blighted by the virus. Once upon a time, only thirty years ago, almost everyone with HIV infection died. Today …
Professor Jane Anderson is lead for HIV, Sexual and Reproductive Health in the Well-being Directorate of Public Health England and a consultant physician in HIV Medicine at Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Jane has been involved in the clinical care of people with HIV since the beginning of the epidemic. Her work focuses on ethnic minority and migrant populations in relation to HIV in the UK, with a particular focus on HIV care for women and families. She holds honorary academic appointments at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry and at University College London. Jane is the immediate past Chair of the British HIV Association.
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