Marie Stopes International today opens a second centre in Manchester, bringing high quality sexual and reproductive healthcare back to the heart of the city.
Results from a study published this week in the Lancet Infectious Diseases journal suggest that there may be an increased risk of HIV transmission in couples in which one partner is HIV positive and the woman uses injectable contraceptives.
The Reproductive Health Bill being proposed in The Philippines is continuing to gather support from NGOs and elected local officials in the region of Albay.
HIV tests will be offered to all women and men visiting a Marie Stopes International clinic and will be available free under the NHS for some women accessing unplanned pregnancy services via an NHS referral.
Marie Stopes International will host the Sex in the City Conference on 29th September to explore the latest developments in sexual health including contraception, sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and the role of sex and relationships education.