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The campaign, which ran through to World AIDS Day on 1 December 2014, shares a message of hope and unity to empower today’s youngsters so they can be the generation to end the AIDS crisis. The numbers are shocking: every day, 650 babies are born with HIV, yet life-saving medication exists and costs as little as 25p a day. That same medication can reduce the risk of an HIV-positive woman passing on the virus to her baby by 95 per cent.
We’re dedicated to the fight to end HIV/AIDS. That’s why since 2006, The
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