Aids Fund

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Mar 17 '17 16:35

Municipal health service GGD Amsterdam is taking part in an international scientific study in which a new HIV prevention pill will be tested on humans. The aim is to find out whether experimental drug F/TAF is safe and effective in preventing HIV infection in healthy adults. Gay men and transgender women who have sex with men who are interested in participating in this study, can register with GGD Amsterdam until March 26th, AT5 reports.

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Dec 6 '16 16:35

HIV patients in the Netherlands are furious about the AIDS fund's "horror campaign" about the disease. "I kill about 300 children a day" and "I am now more dangerous than ever" are two phrases fro the Dutch AIDS Fund's radio commercial campaign. 

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Sep 3 '15 10:45

A number of the large charities in the Netherlands use a large amount of money raised by donations to rent office space in expensive prime locations

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Aug 4 '15 10:44

The Royal Netherlands Society for Dentistry is investigating a case of a dentist practice in Kaatsheuvel refusing treatment for a HIV positive patient. According to the patient, John, he was refused treatment due to his infection. According to the practice, Cosmident, John was refused because he did not inform the practice of his infection himself.

Jun 23 '15 08:28

GGD Amsterdam has launched a medical study on Prep - a pill that can prevent infection with HIV - among gay men and transgenders. Those interested in joining the study can apply on the GGD Amsterdam website, Soa Aids Nederland reports.

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Dec 12 '14 13:41

The international AIDS conference AIDs2018 will be held in Amsterdam. AIDS2014 was held in Australia and several participants of that conference were on flight MH17. The prominent AIDS researcher Joep Lange was one of the 298 people killed in the crash.

Sep 27 '13 02:11

Couples of whom one of the two is HIV-infected may under certain conditions have unprotected sex with each other. This is a new position that HIV practitioners in Netherlands have on the issue. Condition is that the HIV-infected partner consistently takes retroviral drugs.