For people living with HIV

Thank you for your interest in our research.
If you know that you have only very recently become infected with HIV (within the last 6 months) and have started straight away on medicines (Antiretroviral therapy, ART) we would be very interested in talking to you about joining a study where we are measuring extra blood tests. Please contact the Clinical Trials Centre at Imperial College NHS Trust on 020 3312 6738 or 0203 312 1670.  
If you have been living with HIV for many years, at the moment we are not enrolling into new studies. However, we may be very interested in contacting you in the future.
There is a large number of resources about HIV diagnosis, treatment and clinical trials available on the internet. Here is a selection of reliable and trustworthy websites:

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HIV testing and other STIs

  • NHS UK: The UK National Health Service information pages

  • Terrence Higgins Trust  Find your nearest clinic using THT Service finder and much more information about HIV prevention

For newly diagnosed patients and information about HIV research and development.

HIV i-Base: HIV treatment information base

NAM aidsmap: NAM and aidsmap work to change lives by sharing information about HIV and AIDS

For activists and for those who want to know more about new and old HIV prevention technologies

UK-CAB: A network for community HIV treatment advocates

The European AIDS Treatment Group (EATG): Patient-led NGO that advocates for the rights and interests of people living with or affected by HIV/ AIDS and related co-infections within the WHO Europe region

  • AVAC: Global Advocacy for HIV Prevention

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LGBTQ online safety guide

Online safety guide for LGBTQ community: This guide aims to empower and give the tools in order to protect oneself online