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HIV: Two generations share their experiences

Jay and Maurice
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Maurice Greenham, 79, from Stoke-on-Trent, has been living with HIV for 37 years. He was diagnosed in 1984 and 10 years later he developed Aids. He speaks to Jay Hawkridge, 27, from Birmingham, who was diagnosed with HIV in November 2019.They are from two different generations, but share their experiences on living with...

Top London surgeon tackles Covid ‘vaccine hesitancy’ in minority communities

Surgeon Martin Griffiths
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A leading surgeon whose work includes helping knife crime victims has a new mission - tackling Covid "vaccine hesitancy" in ethnic minority communities. Martin Griffiths is taking part in a vaccination programme at the Royal London Hospital. BBC community affairs correspondent Adina Campbell spent the day there.

Long Covid in children ‘not recognised’, says Milton Keynes mum

Indy and Emmett Mountford-Hill
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A mother-of-five whose children are believed to be suffering the long-term effects of coronavirus says she wants the condition to be fully recognised by senior doctors.Charlie Mountford-Hill, 37, from Milton Keynes, suspects the whole family caught Covid-19 last March before wider testing for the virus was available. They continue to experience symptoms including...

Coronavirus: Vaccine chief 'optimistic' about over-50s May target

Coronavirus: Vaccine chief 'optimistic' about over-50s May target
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Dr Clive Dix adds that the UK is "ahead of the game" in terms of anticipating coronavirus variants.

Boris Johnson plans reform of the NHS in England

Boris Johnson plans reform of the NHS in England
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The plans, revealed in a leaked document, would reverse controversial changes made by David Cameron.