World AIDS Day Event
  • Room 018, Rolle Building

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Join The Eddystone Trust to look at how our community is making a difference and fighting the stigma that people face when living with HIV.

The event, on Friday 29 November, will mark World AIDS Day and celebrate the work done within our community in reducing late diagnosis and encouraging people living with HIV to begin treatment. 

At the event, we will be promoting the benefits of peer support, the difference it can make to the mental health and well-being of a person living with HIV and celebrating the message that people on effective HIV treatment cannot pass on the virus.

We will also be exploring the 90-90-90 treatment target, Undetectable = Untransmittable and Project 100.

Our community can make the difference by continuing to challenge the stigma and discrimination that our HIV+ community continues to experience.


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