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Media coverage of Charlie Sheen scrutisnised

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Recent media coverage of Charlie Sheen testing positive for HIV has been critised for it’s lack of accountability in the public sphere and ways it needs to change. 

Reporter Alice Rennison spoke to academics and organisations working with people with HIV about how this change can happen and why it’s nessesary.

 

 

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