Garry Brough

GarryGarry is a member of the UK-CAB Steering Group. He was diagnosed in 1991 at the age of 23. After starting treatment in 1997 and slowly recovering his health, he started volunteering and working in HIV support. He co-founded the Bloomsbury Patients Network in 1999.

Garry has worked on the YMCA Positive Health Programme, as the first paid patient rep in the UK at the Bloomsbury Clinic and developing and running the myHIV website for THT. He is currently London coordinator for Positively UK’s Project 100, training peer mentors to deliver support in clinics and voluntary organisations.

Garry has been highly active within UK-CAB and BHIVA – sitting on BHIVA committees including the Treatment Guidelines, Primary Care Working Group, Conferences committee and most recently the BHIVA Executive Committee. Garry is also actively involved in both the London and national commissioning of HIV care and treatment via the HIV CRG and the London Clinical Advisory Group.

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Published: February 23, 2016
Last edited: February 23, 2016