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The former Health Secretary, Lord Fowler, has told an inquiry that the public information campaign on Aids in the 1980s was an ‘enormous success’. The campaign stamped AIDS as a death sentence with the image of a tombstone.
Around 2,400 people died in the UK after being infected with HIV or hepatitis because of contaminated blood products.
Sky’s health correspondent Ashish Joshi reports.
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