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NHS England has announced that it will finally make the HIV-preventing drug, PrEP, available to those at risk with the beginning of a three-year, £10 million trial. From 1 September, sexual health clinics in London, Brighton, Manchester, Liverpool and Sheffield will be given the opportunity to take the once-daily pill.
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