African HIV Treatment Information Project

The African Eye Trust manages a UK wide African HIV Treatment Information project which aims to provide clear HIV treatment information to people living with HIV/AIDS in the UK.

The workshops are delivered through patient organisations. All of our treatment information workshops are delivered by medical health professionals and treatment advocates living with HIV.

2012  Patient workshops Coming soon:
If you are on medication or thinking of starting treatment then come along to this event and learn more about clinical trials
Date: 16th June
Time: 12pm-3pm
Venue: Shield, Sheffield
Contact: Thomas Marsh / 0114 278 796

Events Archive:

 HIV Basics
HIV Basics can be found by clicking on this link 

All-Party Parliamentary Groups on HIV/AIDS is explicitly restricted to members of
the House of Commons and the House of Lords.
To read more about it ,please do click  on the link below:

or contact
Heather Alcock
Policy officer:
All-Party Parliamentary Group on HIV and AIDS
Room 410 Norman Shaw North
House of Commons
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7219 5670
Fax: 0207 219 6447

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