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Tesamorelin Clinical Data Overview

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De Vere Venues Harben House Tickford Street, Newport Pagnell Buckinghamshire MK16 9EY Telephone: 0871 222 4800 More information about Harben House is available here: Map and directions

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UKCHIC study summaries

Easy to read summaries from the UKCHIC UK Collaboarative HIV Cohort Study: Patient information Impact of late diagnosis and treatment on life expectancy of people with HIV-1 Uptake and outcome of combination antiretroviral therapy in men who have sex with men according to ethnic group Non-uptake of highly active antiretroviral therapy among patients with a […]

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Primary Care Access Report published

Positively UK have undertaken a study into how people living with HIV access primary care services, with recommendations of how General Practice can improve services for patients with HIV. Executive Summary Full Report

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Surveillance of HIV/AIDS in Wales

Surveillance of HIV/AIDS in the UK is undertaken by the Health Protection Agency (HPA) with the collaboration of the NPHS for the collection of data for Wales. The latest surveillance report of HIV in the UK was published by the HPA in November 2008 http://www.wales.nhs.uk/sites3/page.cfm?orgId=457&pid=26424

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Report: HIV and AIDS in the north-west of England

12th annual report from the Centre for Public Health, John Moores University. This report was published July 2008 and compares data from 2006 and 2007. http://www.ukcab.net/forum/index.php?topic=215.0

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New NAT report: home testing for HIV

Provides an overview of home sampling and self-testing for HIV and outlines issues for consideration for each testing method. It also provides a series of recommendations and suggests areas for further research. http://www.ukcab.net/forum/index.php?topic=215.0

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