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Health, Sports & Psychology
1 December is World AIDS Day, a day designed to show support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died.
Michael Reiss looks at sex education, and how it has changed from the second world war to the modern day
Kissing doesn't cause HIV, ignorance does. This article looks at if HIV is easily transmitted...
You've probably heard a lot about HIV and AIDS in the news - but can you separate the myth from the reality? Take our quiz to find out...
A revolutionary drug could save lives - but it's expensive. NHS England decide against making it available - but one man wasn't going to accept that decision...
Society, Politics & Law
How did the people of Zimbabwe adapt well in times of adversity in the past? Will their resilience help now that Robert Mugabe has resigned?
A lighthouse which helped people steer their way through health crises. Then learning and research through the day.
Man against horse, and how nanotechnology might help prevent AIDs. Free learning from across the day.
How has the treatment and attitudes towards HIV changed between 1985 and 2015? Peter Keogh explores...
TV, Radio & Events
This week on Thinking Allowed, Nicoli Nattrass discusses her book, 'The AIDS Conspiracy: Science Fights Back'. See our content and learning links for even more of an insight
Episode 2: Tanya has a life-threatening illness that slowly revealed itself in childhood. How much could she be expected to understand what was happening?
A panel of experts discuss real-life cases to explore the workings of clinical ethics committees in Inside the Ethics Committee
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