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The end of AIDS? Science Museum display developed with NCB

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emilyhamblin
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The end of AIDS? Science Museum display developed with NCB
Posted on: December 2 2014, 04:47 pm

Hi all,

Please see below for details of some great work young people living with HIV have produced recently...

The Science Museum and the National Childrenís Bureau have involved young people living with HIV in developing content for an exciting new display case called The end of AIDS? The case was launched in time for World AIDS Day and will be seen by thousands of visitors to the museum's popular Who Am I? gallery, which is all about the human body, brain and genes.

Amongst other contributions from young people, the case includes an animation that they created, which explains aspects of HIV science and the significance of advances in HIV testing, treatment and prevention, through the story of a young person growing up with HIV.

The end of AIDS? will be on show until late February 2015. The case is funded by the Wellcome Trust. Further information can be found in this NCB article and Science Museum blog post, or you can email Emily at NCBís Children and Young People HIV Network.

Best wishes

Emily
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