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Activists call for increase in sexual health funding

7th April, 2019

HIV testing and prevention medication are inaccessible to thousands of at-risk people in Ireland, according to ACT UP.

The HIV activist group has called on the Department of Health and the HSE to increase funding to sexual health services.

Some 10 counties have no public STI services at all, while other counties have clinics that are open only two days per month. The majority of public clinics have waiting lists, with some clinics reporting waiting...

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