Posted by on June 28, 2024 3:51 pm
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Deborah Gold (Image: Provided)

This week, I’m stepping down as Chief Executive of National AIDS Trust (NAT) after 10 extraordinary years. HIV looks so different today from when I started, making me reflect on all that’s happened over the last decade: where we’ve come from, where we are and everything we still need to do if we’re serious about ending new transmissions in the UK by 2030. 

I started at NAT at a time of huge change for the HIV movement, with so much possibility just on the horizon. There were rumours, then anecdotal evidence, until three years in, the data showed two new trendlines that filled us with hope and excitement. The first showed that in England in 2016, for the first time since the epidemic began, over a

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