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The story of infection article icon

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The story of infection

How have infectious diseases, both their response to us and our response to them, evolved over the centuries?

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A brief history of sex education

Michael Reiss looks at sex education, and how it has changed from the second world war to the modern day

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What do you really know about HIV and AIDS? activity icon

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What do you really know about HIV and AIDS?

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...

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The battle for PrEP on the NHS

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...

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OpenLearn Live: 15th December 2016

A lighthouse which helped people steer their way through health crises. Then learning and research through the day.

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World AIDS Day

1 December is World AIDS Day, a day designed to show support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died.

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Ratting out disease: How animals are detecting disease - and other threats to life article icon

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Ratting out disease: How animals are detecting disease - and other threats to life

Rats can smell tuberculosis. Dogs can smell cancer. Now they’re being trained to save your life. Emma Young reports.

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Explainer: what is the risk of transmitting HIV?

Kissing doesn't cause HIV, ignorance does. This article looks at if HIV is easily transmitted...

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Charlie Sheen, Rock Hudson and the changing face of HIV stigma article icon

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Charlie Sheen, Rock Hudson and the changing face of HIV stigma

How has the treatment and attitudes towards HIV changed between 1985 and 2015? Peter Keogh explores...

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Thinking Allowed - AIDS and conspiracy theories

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

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Inside the Ethics Committee 2010 - Treating sick children

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?

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OU on the BBC: Inside the Ethics Committee 2010

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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