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Tamás Bereczky – BMJ Blogs – Patient advocacy and the HIV community

http://blogs.bmj.com/bmj/2017/01/09/tamas-bereczky-patient-advocacy-and-the-hiv-community/

Jackie Morton – First month as EATG chair

  A month in the life of the Chair of EATG It has been a busy few weeks since returning from the GA on the 26 September, Sofia as the…

Bryan Teixeira – Continuing the dialogue: sex and drugs

  In April of this year, a ‘Chemsex Forum’ was held in London. People came from across Europe to discuss issues of health and wellbeing associated with the rising use…

Jackie Morton – Report from the BHIVA Conference in London 13-14 October 2016

BHIVA supports free registrations for over 50 community representatives to attend their conferences and it is through this process I attended the autumn BHIVA conference that covered a wide range…

Bryan Teixeira – Ending the AIDS Epidemic – Empty Slogan or Not?

  Ending the HIV epidemic: Empty Slogan or not? I am increasingly convinced that a key role of civil society organisations is to hold governments to their commitments. Saul Alinsky,…

Matthias Wienold – Going shopping for PrEP

  Going shopping for PrEP in Germany and elsewhere - no market for Truvada®? I am a fairly rich guy from one of the richest countries in the world, so…

Bryan Teixeira – Show me the money!

  Europe: Show me the Money! Both through adopting the UNAIDS Fast Track Strategy in 2015 and the UN Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS in 2016, governments across Europe…

Mario Cascio – Prisons, drug use and peer education

When I entered the prison gate for the first time after 30 years, I was wondering what would be my feelings and what would be the thoughts crossing my mind.…

Tamás Bereczky – Accessing HCV treatment in Hungary on the thin path between legal and illegal

  My journey through the disorienting maze of accessing HCV treatment in Hungary started little more than two years ago when I was diagnosed with HCV. Although first shocked and…

Tamás Bereczky – Guerilla testing

  I am doing free and anonymous HIV and syphilis testing with my colleagues of Alternatíva Alapítvány at a downtown cafe in Budapest this weekend. Hungary has one of the lowest testing…