US: FDA ‘to consider’ relaxing gay blood ban 1
5:03 PM — The Food and Drug Administration will meet next week to consider recommendations to lift the permanent ban on gay men giving blood.
US: Pro-gay Supreme Court justice undergoes heart surgery 2
4:32 PM — The most pro-gay member of the Supreme Court has been discharged from hospital, after undergoing heart surgery.
Charity launches ‘Positive Radio’ for people living with HIV
12:54 PM — A Manchester HIV charity has launched an radio station for people who are living with HIV.
27th November 2014
These men are taking naked shower selfies to help fight the stigma of HIV 11
4:56 PM — A new social media campaign to fight the stigma people living with HIV face, in which people take a photo of themselves in the shower using the hashtag '#weareALLclean'.
Andy Burnham: ‘Much more needs to be done to tackle HIV’ 2
4:26 PM — Shadow Health Secretary Andy Burnham says “much more needs to be done” when it comes to tackling HIV in Britain.
Here are six myths about HIV that need to be busted
3:08 PM — For National HIV Testing Week here are six common myths about HIV which have been busted.
Charity slams ex-UKIP president for saying HIV is the ‘wages’ of gay promiscuity 19
1:23 PM — Former UKIP deputy leader Lord Christopher Monckton has been branded as “living on another planet” by Terrence Higgins Trust for suggesting that HIV is the “wages” of gay promiscuity.
Ollie Locke: ‘HIV ripped apart my family’ 1
11:05 AM — Made in Chelsea star Ollie Locke is determined to raise awareness of HIV among young gay and bisexual men and has revealed that his uncle died from the virus.
26th November 2014
David Cameron backs National HIV Testing Week at PMQs
5:04 PM — Prime Minister David Cameron has given his backing to National HIV Testing Week.
25th November 2014
Graham Norton and Coronation Street star Charlie Condou back National HIV Testing Week
4:05 PM — Gay celebrities are supporting National HIV Testing Week.
Will you take part in the Global Drug Survey 2015? 4
1:52 PM — The Global Drug Survey is currently open for its fourth year, anonymously examining the use of drugs around the world.
24th November 2014
Freddie Mercury passed away 23 years ago today 2
4:09 PM — Today marks exactly 23 years since the death of the legendary Queen front-man Freddie Mercury.
Family angered that MasterChef star Ross Burden died from Legionnaires’ disease
3:44 PM — The birth mother of late 'MasterChef' star Ross Burden, has expressed her anger, as it has been revealed that he died of Legionnaires' disease whilst in hospital receiving treatment for leukaemia.
23rd November 2014
Canada begins trialling HIV prevention drug Truvada 9
2:52 PM — Canada has begun to trial the use of a controversial drug that lowers your chances of getting HIV.
22nd November 2014
Are you born gay or is it a choice? Scientists might have found the answer 63
8:15 PM — Scientists have uncovered the strongest evidence yet in the debate of whether people are 'born gay'.
20th November 2014
WATCH: The gay ‘cat porn’ intended to promote safe sex 1
4:56 PM — Ahead of World AIDS Day on 1 December, a bizarre new way to promote safer sex has been launched in the form of cartoon cat porn.
Lord Fowler calls for decriminalisation of homosexuality around globe to fight AIDS 8
11:55 AM — Former Thatcher Cabinet Minister Lord Fowler, has called for efforts to ensure homosexuality is decriminalised around the world, to help in the fight against HIV and AIDS.
Poll: Almost 9 out of 10 parents support sex education for all schools 5
11:38 AM — A YouGov poll for Young people’s charity Brook has found an overwhelming majority of parents believe Sex & Relationships Education should be taught in all schools.
United Nations initiative hopes to end AIDS epidemic by 2030 1
10:40 AM — The United Nations programme on HIV and AIDS (UNAIDS) has announced a plan to "fast track" approach to tackling the AIDS epidemic with a view to ending it by 2030.
19th November 2014
Prime Minister: ‘All schools’ should teach relationship and sex education 7
6:12 PM — Prime Minister David Cameron has responded to a question about whether sex and relationship education should be compulsory, saying "all schools" should teach the subjects.