Monthly Archives: May 2016

Support The Campaign To Scrap PIP

Originally posted on Same Difference:
Same Difference joins DPAC in supporting this campaign. DPAC are supporting Disability Labour’s campaign to scrap PIP Please read the letter from Disability Labour below and then sign and share the change.org petition Disability Labour…

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ACADEMY STATUS

Originally posted on tishnaught:
At the point of exercising the, much vaunted, “Parental Choice” in school selection we opted for a local school that our son could walk to.  Two schools met that criteria.  Both held open evenings. The first…

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The Great EU Debate: Boris Johnson vs Boris Johnson

Originally posted on Pride's Purge:
Here it is – the great EU referendum debate featuring two of the finest debaters on opposite sides of the EU argument: Boris Johnson vs Boris Johnson Question Number 1. How necessary or important…

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UK Research Project: Experiences of diagnosis & living with HIV in past 5 years.

Originally posted on LASS:
Colleagues at Hull University have approached a number of sexual health organisations regarding a research project currently taking place at the University of Hull. Their “Positively Different” study is exploring the experiences of young people (in…

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About the Research Project

Contemporary Understandings of HIV Source: About the Research Project

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First Ever Liver & Kidney Transplants from HIV Positive Donor to HIV Positive Patients

Originally posted on LASS:
Dr. Dorry Segev, left, and Dr. Christine Durand answer questions about the first ever HIV-positive liver transplant in the world during a news conference. When a Connecticut woman who was HIV-positive died earlier this month, her…

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California lawmakers approve bill allowing HIV-positive organ transplants

Originally posted on LASS:
Photo by Dmitry Kalinovsky/Shutterstock California’s state government moved with a quickness Friday that may save a life by approving a bill allowing HIV-positive people to donate organs. Both houses of the California legislature approved a bill…

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