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AIDS - The Facts

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The Bad News and the Good News
How many people in Britain will die of AIDS?
What is safe sex?
Can you get AIDS from Kissing?
A short programme of facts and figures to answer some of the most-frequently asked questions and to dispel some myths about AIDS.
Where did it come from? ls it safe to give and receive blood?
The latest news is presented and yes, there is good news. reducer SIMON CAMPBELL-JONES (Also on BBC2)
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