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Graham Norton and Coronation Street star Charlie Condou back National HIV Testing Week

November 25, 2014
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Gay celebrities are supporting National HIV Testing Week.

Figures released last week from Public Health England showed 3,250 gay and bisexual men were diagnosed with HIV last year – the highest ever figure.

One in eight gay and bisexual men in London is HIV positive.

PHE said the figures underline the need to further increase both the numbers and frequency of HIV tests, which is critical to tackling the ongoing high levels of HIV transmission.

National HIV Testing Week is taking place from 22-30 November, followed by World AIDS Day on 1 December.

BBC chat show star Graham Norton has been snapped with a campaign t-shirt.

Along with Coronation Street actor Charlie Condou.

And singer-songwriter Dan Gillespie Sells.

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Related topics: Bisexual men, charlie condou, gay and bisexual men, gay men, Graham Norton, HIV, hiv infection, hiv testing, hiv transmission, HIV-prevention, men who have sex with men, MSM, national aids trust, National HIV Testing Week, Public Health England, Terrence Higgins Trust

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