Remembering Diana: 20 years since her death

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Princess Diana support to HIV patients was 'invaluable'

When Princess Diana shook a HIV patient's hand in 1987 without wearing gloves she changed attitudes worldwide.

On the anniversary of her death, the Sussex Beacon charity in Brighton has spoken about the importance of the support she showed patients two decades ago.

In Brighton and Hove, there are more people living with HIV than anywhere in the UK outside of London.

An interview with Jason Warriner from The Sussex Beacon

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