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  1. Pingback: An Evening Of Fund Raising Discussion | LASS

  2. Pingback: Swaziland to Test Its Entire Population for HIV but can it Afford ARV’s or the Food Which Must be Eaten with Them? | LASS

  3. Pingback: July Round Up | LASS

  4. Pingback: IAS 2011: iPrEx Shows PrEP is Durable [VIDEO] | LASS

  5. Pingback: Join our Walking Group in the Leicestershire Countryside | LASS

  6. Pingback: Our Volunteers Step To It And Take Up Challenge! | LASS

  7. Pingback: Why LASS has Been Nominated For The #Charityawards | LASS

  8. Pingback: RITA – Recent Infection Testing Algorithm [Criminal Prosecutions] | LASS

  9. Pingback: Yoga Session Brings in £650 for The Global Natural Health Care Trust | LASS

  10. Pingback: Aging HIV/AIDS Survivors Create New Class of Patients | LASS

  11. Pingback: LASS Craft Group | LASS

  12. Pingback: East African Parliament Pushing for HIV/AIDS Bill | LASS

  13. Pingback: We’re re-introducing volunteer induction meetings! | LASS

  14. Pingback: Contraceptive requirement may have compromised FEM-PrEP study | LASS

  15. Pingback: PrEP acceptable to UK gay men, studies find | LASS

  16. Pingback: Cannabinoid Receptors Give Cells The Tools They Need To Defend Against HIV Infection | LASS

  17. Pingback: Giving preventive drug to men at high risk for HIV would be cost-effective, study shows | LASS

  18. Pingback: Education for awareness of and attitudes to HIV | LASS

  19. Pingback: National AIDS Trust releases survey of local councils’ HIV social care funding | LASS

  20. Pingback: Financial incentives and motivational interviewing being used to improve adherence in young people | LASS

  21. Pingback: Depression associated with socioeconomic difficulties and poor virological outcomes in UK HIV patients | LASS

  22. Pingback: Gay partners’ HIV transmission study due to start, despite practical barriers | LASS

  23. Pingback: New partnership for HIV Prevention in England launched | LASS

  24. Pingback: Op-ed: The Case for a Rapid Home HIV Test | LASS

  25. Pingback: Help Make Homophobia & Transphobia History! | LASS

  26. Pingback: US Regulators Vote For Approval of PrEP by Large Majority | LASS

  27. Pingback: HIV clinic & Stephen Fry Crowdsource HIV Video Campaign | LASS

  28. Pingback: Imaging HIV in infected cells reveals viral tactics | LASS

  29. Pingback: Computer Simulations Help Explain Why HIV Cure Remains Elusive | LASS

  30. Pingback: Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu honours Leicester HIV charity with new role as International Patron of LASS | LASS

  31. Pingback: A History of HIV & AIDS | LASS

  32. Pingback: A History of HIV & AIDS – 1987 | LASS

  33. Pingback: A History of HIV & AIDS – 1988 | LASS

  34. Pingback: A History of HIV & AIDS – 1989 | LASS

  35. Pingback: A History of HIV & AIDS – 1990 | LASS

  36. Pingback: Aging & HIV | LASS

  37. Pingback: A History of HIV & AIDS – 1991 | LASS

  38. Pingback: NICE recommends IVF for older women, and for people with HIV | LASS

  39. Pingback: Young Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender People face discrimination and negativity | LASS

  40. Pingback: LASS History Project | LASS

  41. Pingback: Will we ever have an HIV vaccine? | LASS

  42. Pingback: A History of HIV & AIDS – 1992 | LASS

  43. Pingback: The quest for a HIV vaccine | LASS

  44. Pingback: A History of HIV & AIDS – 1993 | LASS

  45. Pingback: A History of HIV & AIDS – 1994 | LASS

  46. Pingback: Sex education: we should teach young people about more than the mechanics | LASS

  47. Pingback: A History of HIV & AIDS – 1995 | LASS

  48. Pingback: A History of HIV & AIDS – 1996 | LASS

  49. Pingback: A History of HIV & AIDS – 1997 | LASS

  50. Pingback: HIV treatment breaks lead to drug resistance in the female genital tract | LASS

  51. Pingback: International Boat Race to Launch 25th Anniversary Year of HIV Charity in Leicester City Centre | LASS

  52. Pingback: Job Vacancy: WOMEN’S PROJECT COORDINATOR | LASS

  53. Pingback: PEP: THE BASICS | LASS

  54. Pingback: Teenagers living with HIV show what life’s like in their shoes | LASS

  55. Pingback: HIV-prevention drug Truvada approved by US | LASS

  56. Pingback: Even without a cure, the end of the AIDS pandemic is in sight | LASS

  57. Pingback: Another view on Angels in America | LASS

  58. Pingback: Nobel laureate, discoverer of HIV, says a cure for HIV is in sight! | LASS

  59. Pingback: Desmond Tutu calls for end to gay stigma to help tackle HIV | LASS

  60. Pingback: Together We Will End AIDS | LASS

  61. Pingback: Scientists Develop Nanoparticle Which Completely Destroys Hepatitis C | LASS

  62. Pingback: I Am Living Proof That There Could Be a Cure For AIDS! | LASS

  63. Pingback: A Cure for HIV/AIDS Has Got a Step Closer! | LASS

  64. Pingback: HIV Awareness “Drops Off Radar” | LASS

  65. Pingback: Victory for HIV-Positive Teenager As Pennsylvania Boarding School Reverses Its Decision to Ban Him | LASS

  66. Pingback: Discussions with a Dietitian: Fruit & Vegetables | LASS

  67. Pingback: Please Don’t Infect Me, I’m Sorry… | LASS

  68. Pingback: Gonorrhea Is Now One Antibiotic Away from Being Untreatable | LASS

  69. Pingback: Annual General Meeting | LASS

  70. Pingback: Gay Pride 2012 | LASS

  71. Pingback: TRADE Sexual Health – 160 People Tested at Leicester Pride 2012 | LASS

  72. Pingback: The Influence & Effects Of Community HIV Testing for the African Communities in Leicester | LASS

  73. Pingback: Faith leaders across England in ‘HIV healing’ claims | LASS

  74. Pingback: From today, HIV treatment is free for all who need it! | LASS

  75. Pingback: We’ve Got Something To Shout About!! | LASS

  76. Pingback: Doctors are ‘missing HIV signs’ | LASS

  77. Pingback: HIV related Fertility Treatment and Child Adoption Study UK | LASS

  78. Pingback: Sexual Healthcare ‘at risk from NHS changes’ | LASS

  79. Pingback: Sharing Our Languages for World AIDS Day 2012 | LASS

  80. Pingback: Unsafe Sex in the City | LASS

  81. Pingback: New HIV Test is 10 Times More Sensitive and a Fraction of the Price | LASS

  82. Pingback: HIV Antibody Discovery Opens Door to Better Vaccine Design | LASS

  83. Pingback: Don’t Stop Taking Meds If And When You Drink! | LASS

  84. Pingback: Condoms: Why are we still embarrassed about using them? | LASS

  85. Pingback: There’s just one more thing before Christmas… | LASS

  86. Pingback: David Cameron, UK Prime Minister, shares his message of support for World AIDS Day 2011. | LASS

  87. Pingback: Archbishop Tutu, LASS International Patron, gives 3 key messages for World AIDS Day | LASS

  88. Pingback: World AIDS Day Saturday 1st December 2012 | LASS

  89. Pingback: Celebrate World AIDS Day With Us, on Saturday Night!! | LASS

  90. Pingback: Record numbers of UK gay men test positive for HIV | LASS

  91. Pingback: “…and it won’t go away.” 25 Years of Leicestershire AIDS Support Services | LASS

  92. Pingback: Archbishop Desmond Tutu urges Uganda to drop the “Anti Homosexuality Bill” | LASS

  93. Pingback: FREE Training: HIV & Culture | LASS

  94. Pingback: The Need for A HIV Strategy | LASS

  95. Pingback: Heather Alcock, policy advisor for the All Party Parliamentary Group on HIV & AIDS joins LASS. | LASS

  96. Pingback: Farewell Spencer | LASS

  97. Pingback: Merry Christmas! | LASS

  98. Pingback: ‘Tis The Season For Overindulgence ♫ | LASS

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  100. Pingback: Why sex education matters | LASS

  101. Pingback: HIV research offers hope | LASS

  102. Pingback: HIV incidence in gay men unchanged in England and Wales, despite more testing | LASS

  103. Pingback: Researchers Work on Developing New HIV Vaccines | LASS

  104. Pingback: Why are we afraid to get tested for HIV? | LASS

  105. Pingback: Happy Valentines Day!! | LASS

  106. Pingback: HIV positive patients fail to disclose their infection to NHS staff | LASS

  107. Pingback: It’s 2013, & HIV Positive Job Seekers are Humiliated by Job Centre Staff | LASS

  108. Pingback: Anti-HIV drug effort in South Africa yields dramatic results | LASS

  109. Pingback: Can Blood Transfusions Cure HIV? | LASS

  110. Pingback: What’s on at LASS this month? | LASS

  111. Pingback: MEDICAL HISTORY – Child Born with HIV Cured! | LASS

  112. Pingback: Another Major HIV Breakthrough | LASS

  113. Pingback: Baby Cured of HIV – Here’s the real message.. | LASS

  114. Pingback: Marks & Spencer found to have harassed and victimised female worker who contracted HIV | LASS

  115. Pingback: Boys who like boys: A survey of understanding about sex | LASS

  116. Pingback: HIV effort let down by test shortages, says WHO | LASS

  117. Pingback: Casual Sex Encounters? Tips for staying safe online & at #LeicesterPride | LASS

  118. Pingback: Happy 85th Birthday Your Grace, Archbishop Desmond Tutu | LASS

  119. Pingback: Swine flu information for people living with HIV. | LASS

  120. Pingback: Nine ways funding for the global HIV response could go further | LASS

  121. Pingback: Jenny Hand – LASS CEO due to retire in June 2017. | LASS

  122. Pingback: Generation HIV: the young Britons born HIV positive | LASS

  123. Pingback: Scotland first in UK to approve anti-HIV drug | LASS

  124. Pingback: Photographer Wolfgang Tillmans Opens Up About Living HIV Positive | LASS

  125. Pingback: Art Therapy Workshop | LASS

  126. Pingback: Ramadan, Fasting and HIV | LASS

  127. Pingback: Caught on Camera: How HIV Infects Cells | LASS

  128. Pingback: Doctors urged to consider psychological as well as medical factors in HIV treatment | LASS