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If you think you may have put yourself at risk of catching HIV, there is a drug that can reduce your chances of contracting the virus.
Post Exposure Prophylaxis, or PEP for short, is a month-long course of drugs, that has to be started within seventy-two hours of being exposed to HIV.
James Derham, the Health and Wellbeing Coordinator, at the LGBT Foundation has been speaking to Under the Rainbow about it.
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans Foundation run regular sexual health testing aimed at gay and bisexual men.
With more people than ever living with HIV, it’s believed that almost a third of those with the infection are not aware of it.
The weekly sessions are free and confidential, and can provide some results within thirty minutes.
James Derham, the Health and Wellbeing Coordinator, at the Foundation has been speaking to Under the Rainbow.
The Manchester Front Runners are a running club for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans community.
It’ll be their tenth birthday this year, and they’re celebrating with a ten kilometre run and a cake baking competition. The cakes will be sold at the end, with the proceeds going to charity.
James Moles from the organisation explained that it’s become an annual tradition.
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (or PrEP for short) is a drug that has shown the potential to reduce the chances of catching HIV.
It’s currently undergoing clinical trials amongst those most at risk of contracting the virus.
The Lesbian and Gay Foundation are hoping the drug will reduce infection rates, and are encouraging the NHS to make it available to the public as soon as possible.
Under the Rainbow has been speaking to the LGF’s Sexual Health Coordinator – James Derham.