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Rise in Ugandan HIV sufferers buying fake test results

3 April 2014 Last updated at 09:31 BST

HIV is on the rise in Uganda despite successful awareness campaigns and billions of dollars of donor money.

In a deeply conservative society it's a virus which has huge stigma attached that often means people who carry it struggle to find work.

A BBC Africa investigation has revealed a growing trend in Uganda to buy fake HIV negative results.

Catherine Byaruhanga has this exclusive report from Kampala.

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