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Last year
New feature lets Grindr users order at-home HIV testing kits on the app
Number of women diagnosed with HIV doubles amid 68% increase in overall cases
Lawyers for State wanted to use AIDS crisis to defend Ireland's ban on same-sex relationships
STI notifications increase by more than 20% when compared to pre-pandemic levels
All time
'Concerning' rise in HIV and STI cases since last year
Campaigners call for changes to Ireland's restriction of blood donation by gay men
Limited access to HIV services during pandemic an ongoing concern for LGBT+ community
Living with HIV: 'Please don't feel alone, or that your voice doesn't matter - it does'
Closure of PrEP service will 'undoubtedly' have impact on HIV rates, experts warn
'When I found out, I thought I was going to die' - Wales great Gareth Thomas opens up on experience with HIV
'A giant of a man': Influential Aids campaigner and playwright Larry Kramer dies aged 84
Second patient in world to be cleared of HIV reveals identity
HSE to spend up to half a million on STI home-testing pilot project
Over €10 million paid in compensation to Hepatitis and HIV contaminated blood victims last year
There have been over 470 new diagnoses of HIV in Ireland so far this year
Over 300 children and teens died every day from AIDS-related causes in 2018
'A significant gamechanger': PrEP programme to reduce HIV rates being rolled out from today
Nine in 10 gay and bisexual men living with HIV are on treatment and cannot transmit the virus
'They took that right away from me' - Thomas says journalist told his parents about HIV status
'Undetectable equals Untransmittable': The importance of Gareth Thomas' HIV message
Dublin STI clinic struggles to cope due to lack of resources
PrEP programme to reduce HIV rates to be rolled out later this year
HIV positive woman to receive €10,000 in compensation after dentist stops treating her mid-procedure
'End of HIV pandemic' in sight after medicine makes virus 'untransmittable' between sexual partners
'Time to act': HIQA report finds PrEP programme to reduce HIV rates would be cheaper and more effective
Ireland's 'stable political environment' attracted a major HIV drug firm to Dublin
7% increase in STIs in Ireland between 2017 and 2018, new data suggests
London patient becomes second man to be cleared of Aids virus
Opinion: 'People with HIV in Ireland are dehumanised - we're seen as a virus'
Robbie Lawlor
HIV diagnoses reached a record high last year in Ireland
World AIDS Day marked by 'Know Your Status' campaign
Opinion: HIV positive women face a unique set of challenges
Denise Proudfoot
'The worst I've seen yet': Concern as number of HIV and STI diagnoses rise this year
Hiqa is looking at whether a PrEP programme can start in Ireland next year
How one drug can make sex euphoric, but also destroy lives
Woman whose father died from HIV-related illness in 1980s to receive compensation
New self-test HIV kit goes on sale in pharmacies around the country today
Man jailed for 10 years for infecting two former partners with HIV
HIV drug may be more affordable after European court ruling
'The fight is far from over': A teenage girl was infected with HIV every 3 minutes last year