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Nick Clegg’s message for World AIDS Day

Nick Clegg’s message for World AIDS Day reflects the National AIDS Trust’s Fact Up campaign. They want the UK to learn five facts about living with HIV in the UK. These are:

1. People living with HIV live a normal life span if diagnosed and treated in time

2. There is no job which someone can’t do specifically because they have HIV

3. Treatment can mean that people living with HIV are no longer infectious

4. Men and women living with HIV can become parents of an HIV-free baby.

5. BUT people living with HIV still face stigma and discrimination.

More information is available at HIV Aware.

Nick’s message is also available here on You Tube.

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Nick Clegg’s message for World Aids Day

Nick Clegg has recorded a video to mark World Aids Day today. In it, he talks about tackling the stigma still associated with the condition which makes people afraid to talk about HIV-related issues or seek help. He says it’s unacceptable in 2012 and that people with HIV should be treated with respect and dignity. He concludes:

There is so much more still to be done. Let’s work to create a world which is free, finally, from HIV.

 

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  • User Avatarjedibeeftrix 26th Oct - 8:11am
    fully behind charlie on this one.
  • User AvatarEddie Sammon 26th Oct - 8:09am
    Johann Lamont and her General Secretary appear to have been treated badly, but I do think she was below par. I have been wanting to...
  • User Avatarjedibeeftrix 26th Oct - 8:06am
    "My worry if they go down the tubes in the Scottish context is that at the moment it’s likely to be the SNP that fills...
  • User AvatarJenny Barnes 26th Oct - 7:39am
    south-west. I mean
  • User AvatarJenny Barnes 26th Oct - 7:39am
    South-east Surrey has just selected Patrick Haveron. I don't know why we don't get included in these lists.
  • User Avatartonyhill 26th Oct - 6:47am
    Paul, I actually admire your perpetual optimism, but Peter Mandelson would be proud of that comment as a piece of spin.