World AIDS Day - Barbara's inspiring story

The 1st of December is World AIDS Day.

Pippa Hudson was joined on the line by Barbara Kingsley, a 44 year old lady who’s been living with HIV for the last 14 years.

Despite being HIV positive, Barbara lives a full healthy life, working as a paralegal secretary, doing talks on HIV and AIDS, and going for runs whenever she can get a gap.

Listen to Barbara’s inspiring story:

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