With the EU Referendum date announced, UKIP North West MEP Louise Bours and former Labour candidate for Hazel Grove Michael Taylor debate the arguments for and against — plus we get the continental perspective with Romain Bardot of the Alliance Francaise de Manchester, and Chris Manka from the FSB explains what businesses make of the referendum. Plus should there be a tax on sugary drinks? Cancer Research UK think so, and their policy director Chit Selvarajah explains why. And this week’s News Review features exploding sheep and the busiest motorway in the North West.
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis is a treatment that has shown promise in preventing negative people from acquiring HIV.
After recent successful trials, the NHS is due to announce a decision on it’s availability in April.
PrEPster.info is a website that aims to provide more information and advocate for the treatment’s availability.
Under the Rainbow has been speaking to Marc Thompson, who is co-founder of the site.
Last week they heard about the PROUD study, which looked into the effectiveness of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis. The research showed that the drug can significantly reduce the likelihood of HIV infections.
Tonight, Under the Rainbow will hear more from Michael Brady, who is the Principal Clinical Investigator of the study at Kings College Hospital in London.
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (or PReP for short) is a drug which may prevent people catching HIV.
The PROUD study enlisted over five hundred individuals that were deemed to be at high risk of catching the virus – in order to evaluate the effectiveness of the drug.
Gay and bisexual men are disproportionately affected by HIV in Stockport, and across the UK. The study recruited those from this group who were most likely to put themselves at risk.
Under the Rainbow spoke to Michael Brady, the Principal Clinical Investigator of the research at Kings College Hospital in London.
The Gender Identity Research and Education Society aims to provide information resources to help trans people in their lives.
The charity was set up seventeen years ago.
Under the Rainbow has been speaking to one of their founders and trustee, Bernard Reed.