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Labour Party commits to fertility equality for all HIV-positive people

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The Labour Party has announced plans to ensure that people living with HIV have equal access to fertility treatments. Current legislation prevents many HIV-positive people from accessing the services they need in order to have children, as they remain banned from donating their eggs or sperm to someone who is not viewed as their partner by law – inadvertently ruling out the possibility of surrogacy.

However, heterosexual couples remain able to access fertility treatment regardless of HIV status if they are using their own gametes.

Medical treatment for the virus has come so far that most people living with it in the UK have undetectable levels of it and cannot pass it on.

In addition, babies cannot acquire HIV via fertility treatment or natural conception. The UK’s leading sexual health charities, including the Terrence Higgins Trust and the National AIDS Trust, have therefore been calling for changes to this legislation for many years – with Labour now confirming its commitment to implementing them when it is next in power. “There have been so many breakthroughs in HIV treatment and prevention, but the law is still yet to catch up with the science in a number of areas,” said Wes Streeting, the Shadow Health Secretary, in an exclusive video message for GAY TIMES on World AIDS Day. “LGBT+ people living with HIV are still being denied the right to have their own children, even though heterosexual people with HIV are able to access fertility treatment. “That’s why, this World AIDS Day, I’m excited to announce that the next Labour government will equalise access to fertility treatment for LGBT+ people living with HIV so that everyone has the chance to start their own family.” Labour is calling on the government to urgently

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