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Conference invitation – From HIV testing and linkage to care to the integration of HIV, Hepatitis, TB & STIs

We are pleased to inform you about the European conference “from HIV testing and linkage to care to the integration of HIV, Hepatitis, TB & STIs” that will take place…

Aktionsbündnis gegen AIDS warns about misleading use of data

In this German article, contributed by EATG member Peter Wiessner, Aktionsbündnis gegen AIDS warns about the misuse and misinterpretation of epidemiological and statistical data by extremists and racist authors to…

All EATG annual reports on one page

No more bulky printed booklets or large PDF files - view and read all EATG annual reports from the last four years on this page: https://www.eatgannualreport.com/ EATG has been working to…

Centering LGBTI health and HIV at the UN’s 2017 High-Level Political Forum

This year’s United Nations High-Level Political Forum (HLPF) theme was “Eradicating poverty and promoting prosperity in a changing world” which included an in-depth review of implementation of seven Sustainable Development…

High uptake of HIV self testing by female sex workers in African countries

A year ago there was virtually no evidence on the acceptability and feasibility of HIV self testing in female sex workers, but a series of presentations from Zimbabwe, Zambia, Uganda…

IAS2017 – Community Paris Declaration published

At the IAS2017 Conference, Paris, 24/07/2017 It is international AIDS conferences that ignite minds and mark turning points in the fight against HIV. This is sometimes a scientific announcement (the arrival…

UK: Blood donation rules relaxed for gay men and sex workers

Blood donation rules for sex workers and gay men are being relaxed in England and Scotland after improvements in the accuracy of testing procedures. Men who have sex with men…

1st Interim Meeting for ESTICOM

EATG participated in the 1st Interim Meeting of the ESTICOM project (http://www.esticom.eu) in Brussels on 17-18/7. ESTICOM is, to some extent, the continuation and revision of the much-used and very useful…

Knowing HIV levels are ‘undetectable’ may affect sexual behavior

Special JAIDS supplement presents updates from the National HIV Behavioral Surveillance System Understanding and responding to behavioral trends in groups that are at high risk for HIV infection is critical…

Uganda fails to target gay men and sex workers in fast-track HIV initiative

Campaigners say President Museveni’s plan to end HIV by 2030 will not work if it ignores whole communities where the disease is rife Activists have criticised the Ugandan president for…