It’s another packed issue this time around. Check out their World AIDS Day round up, compiled by Joel Korn.
Robert Fieldhouse interviews the team at London’s Homerton Hospital about their pioneering use of laser ablation to treat anal pre-cancer and makes a quick visit to a new respite care centre, Trebullom, in Cornwall and finds it to be a remarkably restorative experience.
Sarah Radcliffe from NAT walks us through NAT’s latest piece of vital research into the day-to-day changes in symptoms many people living with HIV experience.
LASS’s very own Julie Musonda begins a new series of articles on Life Coaching and Chris Morgan reveals the findings of his recent survey of life assurance providers, finding 50% of companies now provide life assurance to people living with HIV.
Plus there’s all the usual UK, Global, Treatment and Hepatitis news.
- The Red Ribbon Dress 2011/2012 Project (lass.org.uk)
- People Get HIV Through Unprotected Sex, Not Because They’re Going For Fish Pedicures! (lass.org.uk)