The government has announced that adolescent boys aged between 12 and 13 will be offered the human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine to protect them from cancer.
The vaccine not only protects men from HPV-related diseases – such as oral, throat and anal cancer – but also helps reduce the overall number of cervical cancers in women, though a process known as ‘herd immunity’. read more….
What happens when you visit a sexual health clinic
Your visit to a sexual health clinic to be straightforward. Checkout our page which gives you an insight into what you can expect when you make an appointment at a sexual health clinic here
The Mix, a digital health charity for under 25’s, have produced a series of videos showing visits to sexual health clinics in London. The experience is comparable at bSHaW clinics.
How do you actually get tested for STIs? | The Mix
Testing positive for an STI | The Mix
Wycombe Pride Saturday 25 August
Wycombe Pride is taking place on Saturday 25th August, starting at 11am, O’Neills pub, Paul’s Row, High Wycombe HP11 2HQ
This is a community event with various organisations taking part. There will be informational stalls throughout the day and then from 3.30pm there will be speakers.
THT will be giving a presentation and update on HIV & AIDS Awareness at 3.45pm
Sexwise Videos and Blogs
Our colleagues at Family Planning Association (FPA) have launched a series of new videos and blogs.
Terrence Higgins Trust and Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust have partnered up to deliver bSHaW (Buckinghamshire Sexual Health and Wellbeing). bSHaW offers a free, confidential service to meet the sexual health needs of all.