No organised way of how pupils were told about HIV diagnosis, inquiry hears

Evening Standard reports …

Pupils at a boarding school who were diagnosed with HIV were not told of their diagnoses in an organised manner, an inquiry has heard. Several former pupils and their relatives appeared this week detailing their experience of attending the specialist school for children with disabilities in the 1970s and 1980s.

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