21st December 2012
Anderson Cooper: AIDS activist Spencer Cox was a ‘real life hero’ who saved countless lives 2
9:44 AM — Anderson Cooper, reflecting on the death of the notable HIV/AIDS activist Spencer Cox described the late campaigner as a "real life hero" who saved multiple lives.
20th December 2012
US: HIV infection rates rise for young gay men — but down for black women. 16
11:28 AM — The US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has released its latest HIV infection report and young gay men remain a top concern.
19th December 2012
Study: The larger a gay man’s penis is, the more likely they are to have unprotected sex 41
12:09 PM — An academic study of the correlation between penis size and condom usage among gay and bisexual men to be published in full next year has found that the larger a man's penis, the less likely they are to use a condom.
18th December 2012
Early and highly influential AIDS activist Spencer Cox dies aged 44 33
10:28 PM — Spencer Cox, one of the most significant AIDS activists in America has died aged 44 of AIDS related causes.
12th December 2012
Brighton university cancels screening of AIDS denialist film 26
6:01 PM — The University of Brighton has cancelled the screening of a film which claims the HIV virus does not cause AIDS after a fierce student backlash.
8th December 2012
US: San Francisco issues warning against risk of meningitis 1
1:16 AM — Health officials in San Francisco have issued a notice advising gay men who may have travelled or plan to travel to New York City, to consider vaccination against meningitis.
6th December 2012
Montana: Man charged with infecting partner with HIV also accused of killing 55 dogs 13
6:27 PM — A 52-year-old man in the US state of Montana has denied a felony endangerment charge that alleges he infected an unknowing sexual partner with HIV.
4th December 2012
THT boss: There is not enough money for a high-profile HIV awareness TV campaign 95
1:30 PM — When it comes to raising awareness of HIV/AIDS, Sir Nick Partridge, the chief executive of the Terrence Higgins Trust, says it’s unlikely that a large-scale television campaign will feature again on British screens in today’s tough economic climate.
2nd December 2012
London’s G-A-Y smashes HIV test world record 93
1:08 PM — G-A-Y Bar on London’s Old Compton Street has broken its own Guinness World Record for the highest number of HIV tests to be carried out on World AIDS Day.
1st December 2012
Peter Tatchell: The government’s HIV strategy is failing gay and bisexual men 51
7:03 PM — Human rights activist Peter Tatchell says that the British Government's strategy for HIV is failing men who have sex with men, the group seeing the fastest growth in HIV transmission rates.
Video: The HIV Hip Hop campaign to reduce stigma and raise awareness 7
4:55 PM — An HIV video message with a difference, developed by the Sheffield Centre for HIV and Sexual Health, learn about HIV through hip hop.
David Cameron: Too many people are infected with HIV without knowing it 58
11:58 AM — David Cameron says more needs to be done to increase HIV testing and has paid tribute to HIV/AIDS care and prevention workers in his annual World AIDS Day message.
London: G-A-Y Bar today attempts world record for total number of HIV tests 45
11:30 AM — G-A-Y Bar on London’s Old Compton Street will once again be providing free HIV tests today to mark World AIDS Day, donate £10 to charity for each test and campaigners hope to break another world record in the process.
30th November 2012
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg: ‘Lets work together to create a world free of HIV’ 3
6:15 PM — Liberal Democrat Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg, has joined other political leaders to deliver a message ahead of tomorrow's World AIDS day.
Comment: Let’s repeal the ban on home testing for HIV 10
5:52 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk ahead of World AIDS Day, DrThom Chief Executive Rachel Carrell, says the ban on home HIV testing kits has to be lifted.
Interview: Jean-Luc Romero talks on the fight against AIDS, social media, and equal marriage in France 1
8:38 AM — Jean-Luc Romero, a French politician, author, and active campaigner against HIV/AIDS, after having been the first French politician to be openly HIV-positive back in 2002, he has focussed his career on "the human", and human rights. He is the President of the Elected Leadership Against AIDS, the founder of the progressive political party, Aujourd'hui Autrement.
29th November 2012
Barack Obama: ‘An AIDS free generation is within sight’ 2
9:53 PM — US President Barack Obama has said that an "AIDS-free generation is within sight" in a message ahead of World AIDS day. He pledged to work towards lowering transmissions among gay men.
UK: HIV infection rate for gay men at record high 52
12:01 AM — New figures from the Health Protection Agency (HPA) that have been released in National HIV Testing Week and before Saturday’s annual World AIDS Day show that a record number of gay and bisexual men were diagnosed with HIV last year.
28th November 2012
US: Naked AIDS campaigners arrested outside office of Republican Speaker of the House 4
10:10 AM — Three AIDS activists have been arrested following a naked protest outside the office of the Republican House of Representatives speaker John Boehner.
27th November 2012
US: Most young gay men living with HIV don’t know they are infected 12
6:12 PM — New analysis published by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has found that 60 per cent of young people infected with HIV do not know their status. It also found that 72 per cent of young people with HIV are men who have sex with men.