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June 22, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm


Find out the latest developments in treatment and care from the international conferences and from research at Mortimer Market Centre.
Topics will include:

  • 90/90/90: who will get there first?
  • Life expectancy on treatment
  • New and experimental drugs
  • Research into cures and vaccines
  • National roll out of PrEP on the NHS
  • The drop in new HIV diagnoses
  • Hep C – how to protect yourself?
  • Findings from the D:A:D study
  • Generics: what to expect in the future?

For the second part of the evening we welcome you to join an open discussion with Ash Kotak who is lobbying for the establishment of a National HIV/AIDS Memorial in London. The AIDS Memory UK Campaign, still in its early stages, has so far been received with enthusiasm by both patient and medical communities. This will be a great opportunity for people living with or affected by HIV to get involved, give feedback and ask questions. You can find more about them on twitter @AidsMemoryUK or Facebook

To book or for more information call: 020 3317 5177

Venue: Duncan Catterall Seminar Room, Mortimer Market Centre

Time: 18:00 – 20:00


June 22, 2017
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm


Bloomsbury Patient Network
020 3317 5177


Duncan Catterall Seminar Room (Lower Ground Floor), Mortimer Market Center
Mortimer Market
London, WC1E 6JB United Kingdom
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020 3317 5177.
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Richard, London

Thank you for sharing your time, knowledge and experience and courage with us!

Mohammed, Westminster

Thanks for giving me back my life and thanks for giving me hope. From now on I will be seeing my life differently. Thanks for everything over the last three weeks it has been a great course.

Ola, 43, Bow

May I take this opportunity to thank you for your time, support and more importantly faith that we can embrace our HIV status with a degree of confidence and pride

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