4th July 2012
Thirtieth anniversary of Terry Higgins’ death marked with fresh HIV prevention call 21
2:01 PM — Gay men can lead the way in slashing HIV rates within a decade, says Terrence Higgins Trust on 30th anniversary of Terry Higgins’ death
18th June 2012
London: Funding boost for older people living with HIV 7
12:51 PM — Terrence Higgins Trust has received £200,000 to support 250 older people living with HIV in London, as the over-50s continue to be the fastest-growing group of people living with HIV in the UK.
14th June 2012
Opening marriage to gay couples ‘would improve sexual health’ 60
10:35 AM — The HIV and sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust has said today that allowing gay couples an equal right to marry as straight couples would improve the nation's sexual health.
31st May 2012
‘Worrying’ annual figures put new gonorrhoea cases in gay men up 61 percent in 2011 57
10:29 AM — Health Protection Agency figures released today have revealed a two percent rise in the number of new sexually transmitted infections recorded in England. Young people and men who have sex with men are at highest risk, with the rate of new gonorrhoea cases up 61 percent on 2010 among the latter.
11th May 2012
US advisory panel recommends Truvada drug be marketed for HIV prevention 124
2:02 PM — An FDA panel in the US has approved the administration of the drug Truvada to at-risk but uninfected people in an effort to prevent the spread of HIV, though experts warn condoms must remain the 'bedrock' of such efforts.
24th April 2012
Online sexual health game reminds men of STI screening advice 25
11:29 AM — HIV and sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust has launched a free game on Facebook to remind men of the link between bed-hopping and sexual health.
23rd April 2012
London: THT’s annual pop-up party heads to Brick Lane 21
3:42 PM — This May, HIV and sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust will be adding some eastern flavour to its annual pop-up fundraising party The Cocktail Club.
19th April 2012
London: THT launches new groups for gay and bisexual men living with HIV 27
10:29 AM — HIV and sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust is launching a new programme of free and confidential groups for gay and bisexual men with HIV in the capital, beginning this weekend.
21st March 2012
Video: Spoof Tube announcements prompt gays to ‘mind the gap’ over HIV testing 26
4:15 PM — HIV and sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust has partnered with GaydarRadio to create a series of spoof public transport announcements, encouraging gay and bisexual men in London to ‘mind the gap’ between their HIV tests.
13th March 2012
Royal theme announced for Jubilee year’s Walk for Life
4:36 PM — HIV and sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust has announced a royal theme to its upcoming annual Walk For Life fundraising event.
12th March 2012
THT’s myHIV site to let users find and recommend best HIV services 6
12:26 PM — The UK’s first service for people living with HIV that allows them to recommend healthcare providers to others and find recommended services themselves has been launched.
21st February 2012
THT relaunches HIV hardship fund with help from Elton John AIDS Foundation 61
9:50 AM — HIV and sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust has relaunched a national Hardship Fund for people living with HIV in severe financial need. Funding has been secured from the Elton John AIDS Foundation and the M·A·C AIDS Fund, as well as via Terrence Higgins Trust’s annual Walk For Life fundraising event, to provide £1.5 million of grants over a period of three years.
15th February 2012
Dermot O’Leary day to be auctioned for Terrence Higgins Trust 48
2:20 PM — A day's fishing and cooking with Dermot O'Leary and dinner with Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes are among the auction lots being offered to benefit Terrence Higgins Trust in London next month.
1st December 2011
Rugby stars don red boxers in order to ‘Stand Up, Stand Out’ 33
11:48 AM — Rugby stars and celebrities have lent their support to a campaign which urges the public to help support people living with HIV by wearing red this December. Harlequins rugby players slipped on the red boxers for World AIDS Day.
29th November 2011
New once-a-day HIV drug launched ahead of World AIDS Day 24
2:18 PM — The European Commission has given marketing authorisation to a new once-daily tablet for the treatment of HIV. Gilead Sciences new drug Eviplera will be used commercially in 27 countries of the European Union.
One in 20 gay men living with HIV as infection rate hits record high 230
9:09 AM — The number of people living with HIV in the UK reached an estimated 91,500 in 2010, with a quarter of those unaware of their infection, according to Health Protection Agency figures published today.
25th November 2011
New HIV prevention campaign asks businesses to help promote condom use 18
9:42 AM — 'Clever Dick / Smart Arse' will see 100,000 condoms distributed around the country and aims to promote the awareness of the role they play in reducing risk during sex.
24th November 2011
20th anniversary of Freddie Mercury’s death 12
11:54 AM — The singer passed away at his London home on 24 November 1991. He had been diagnosed HIV positive several years earlier and died of bronchial pneumonia, brought on by AIDS.
22nd November 2011
Aids-related deaths at their lowest level since 2005 peak 72
11:24 AM — UNAids estimates 700,000 deaths were averted last year because of better access to treatment. However, the charity Medecins Sans Frontieres, warns of the need to protect global HIV/AIDS funding.
21st November 2011
GMFA says gay men need to start “power talking” 29
12:16 PM — The sexual health courses are taking place throughout February 2012 in London, Brighton, Bristol, Birmingham, Exeter, Leicester Leeds, Manchester, Nottingham and Southampton.