Aids and HIV

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Drug used to treat cancer may also help fight HIV, Australian research finds
Pembrolizumab has revolutionised treatments of cancers, including melanoma, and makes HIV vulnerable to attack

Melissa Davey Medical editor

27, Jan, 2022 @3:45 AM

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The HIV epidemic wasn’t curbed by data alone – and Covid won’t be either | João Florêncio
In the 1980s we learned that public health messaging divorced from people’s values simply doesn’t work , says João Florêncio, senior lecturer at the University of Exeter

João Florêncio

21, Jan, 2022 @1:00 PM

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Joy and nakedness at San Francisco’s Dyke March: Phyllis Christopher’s best photograph
‘The march is like our Christmas – the biggest night of the year, where women celebrate half naked and anything goes’

Interview by Edward Siddons

12, Jan, 2022 @4:18 PM

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Russell T Davies: ‘I genuinely thought – who wants to watch a show about Aids?’
It’s a Sin has been voted the Guardian’s best TV show of the year. Russell T Davies reveals why it took him 30 years to write, who the real Colin is – and why he just can’t keep away from Doctor Who

Simon Hattenstone

22, Dec, 2021 @8:00 AM

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The 50 best TV shows of 2021, No 1: It’s a Sin
Russell T Davies’s Aids drama was gut-wrenching and it made us weep time and again, but it also made us truly love the characters. What a devastating delight

Rebecca Nicholson

22, Dec, 2021 @6:00 AM

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Flashback – Gareth Thomas and his parents: ‘As a family, we don’t live in the past’
The Welsh rugby legend and his parents recreate a family snap and talk about getting through tough times

Harriet Gibsone

18, Dec, 2021 @12:00 PM

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Citizen Ashe review – a considered account of a true tennis hero
This moving documentary tells the story of Arthur Ashe – the first black man to win Wimbledon – from his civil rights beginnings to his tragic end

Simran Hans

12, Dec, 2021 @12:30 PM

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Why fighting Omicron should include ramping up HIV prevention
Analysis: experts believe that weakened immune systems may give rise to new coronavirus variantsCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage

Ian Sample Science editor

11, Dec, 2021 @8:00 AM

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TV tonight: sniffy Thatcher drags her feet on the Aids epidemic
Sky’s brilliant Positive documentary goes back to the 1980s. Plus: Dan Brown’s conspiracies look topical and DJ Target presents highlights from the Mobos. Here’s what to watch tonight

Hollie Richardson, Jack Seale, Phil Harrison, Henry Wong and Hannah J Davies

08, Dec, 2021 @6:10 AM

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Citizen Ashe review – tribute to Wimbledon champ and Obama’s quiet inspiration
This documentary tracks the life of African American tennis star Arthur Ashe who was a pioneering radical despite his restrained style

Peter Bradshaw

07, Dec, 2021 @12:00 PM

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Derek Jarman: Protest! review – ‘Coherence is overrated’
From confrontational paintings about his Aids treatment to the sublime beauty of his film Blue, the late artist, writer, gay activist and gardener is revealed in his multifarious, contradictory talents

Adrian Searle

06, Dec, 2021 @5:43 PM

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The big idea: how much do we really want to know about our genes?
Genetic data will soon be accessible like never before. The implications for our health are huge

Daniel M Davis

06, Dec, 2021 @8:00 AM

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