Health Hour - Living Positively with HIV

With World AIDS Day being commemorated, Dr Sindi talks about living positively with HIV. She is joined by Ntimbwe Mpamba, who was born with HIV and is dedicated to helping other youths in his position. Ntimbwe is the oldest person in Africa living with HIV who was born HIV+.
30 Nov 2015 2AM English South Africa Health & Fitness

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