In 1985, 1246 people with haemophilia in the UK were diagnosed with HIV. Of these, over 800 people have died.
There are extraordinary stories to tell from the individuals and families affected.
On this audio website, you can hear their stories, gain an insight into their experiences and learn the facts behind their history.
About this life history project
The photo above shows Stratton Wood in Wiltshire. 1200 trees were planted in tribute to the lives of people with Haemophilia and HIV.
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