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Compass' History

In 1988, a local group of community-centered men and women joined our nation’s efforts to educate the public about the spread of HIV by starting the Stop AIDS Project of South Florida, Inc. 628 more words


DIY HIV Testing

On April 6th this year self-testing HIV kits were approved in the UK, following a government amendment to the law, and within the next few months it is likely they will be available to buy over-the-counter for the first time. 493 more words

Know Your HIV/AIDS Response: Pilot Test of New Service Mapping Tool Kit in Ghana

Know Your HIV/AIDS Response: A Pilot Test of a New Service Mapping Tool Kit in Greater Accra, Ghana

“Knowing” an HIV response in a country is a complex undertaking. 221 more words


Harvard researchers have found a way to keep HIV out of blood stem cells

Using a gene-editing technology that allows scientists to make precise changes to the genomes of human cells, researchers at Harvard have found a way to edit immune cells and make them resistant to HIV, … 246 more words

Gaycon 2014

Last week saw the 5th Scottish Gaycon. That’s the Scottish conference on sexual health of gay and bisexual men to you and me. The GMI partnership was present, through a representative from one of our partners, the Metro centre. 1,004 more words

Decisions, decisions...Finding the right condom

If I remember to put a condom on that’s enough isn’t it? Well, with sexual health messages focusing on the importance of putting a condom on, it can be easy to forget that it is also crucial to find the  493 more words

Men on PrEP; in Their Own Words

The Advocate magazine interviewed six men who are taking PrEP (Pre-exposure Prophylaxis) as a HIV infection preventative. The men interviewed are single, coupled and serodiscordant couples (one HIV positive; the other negative). 602 more words