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London church offers HIV tests to black African community

It has been more than three decades since the first patient in Britain was diagnosed with HIV.

The fear and suspicion of the condition in the early years has since largely diminished,

However one section of British society, the Black African community, has found the facts harder to accept.

Some of the prejudice has come from the church, the very place where one may expect tolerance, but as John McManus reports, there are signs that attitudes are changing.

  • 12 Oct 2015
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