AIDS: Doctors and Nurses Tell Their Stories

Runtime : 26 mins

Genre : Documentary

Vote Rating : 7/10

Plot : For the first time, doctors and nurses who cared for Britain's first AIDS patients in the 1980s tell of the extraordinary situation they found themselves in and the rules they had to break to help patients forgotten by the state.

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