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Anyone who is sexually active or shares needles could be at risk of contracting HIV

One in five people with HIV don't know they have it

UK's top HIV doctor calls for 'earlier and more frequent HIV testing'

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They’ll just be promoting their pet schemes and ideas - not editing in any real sense

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Discovering graphene was only the start - its potential is almost limitless

We could yet see it used in goods as diverse as condoms and lexible electronics

BBC presenter Ray Gosling dies aged 74

Friends say Gosling should be remembered for his many TV and radio documentaries, rather than the suspended sentence which saw an end to his career

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Charlene White received racist insults following her decision to remain 'neutral' to charities while on-air

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Annie Lennox wins Music Industry Trusts Award for 'outstanding contribution'

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