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40 Years of AIDS

Silence = Death

40 Years of AIDSSilence = Death

This is the story of death and survival, exclusion and hope told by those who lived through it. 40 years ago an HIV infection seemed like a death sentence. When the first patients fell ill with high fever, pneumonia and fungal infections in the early 1980s, doctors were at a loss. Most of those affected were gay men, but the cause of the mystery illness escaped them.

After much protests and medical advancements, the stigma of HIV has lessened but the virus is still with us.

Duration :

52 min

Available :

From 24/11/2021 to 28/02/2022

Genre :

Documentaries and Reportage

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