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Scientists and designers have teamed up with young people living with HIV, to create a garden at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show to highlight the successes and challenges still faced by young people living with HIV.

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The theme of the garden is HIV: stigma and cure. It was conceived by Professor John Frater from the University of Oxford and Professor Sarah Fidler from Imperial College London, who jointly lead the NIHR BRC CHERUB collaboration (Collaborative HIV Eradication of Reservoirs UK BRC) - a UK network of internationally recognised doctors and researchers from the NIHR Biomedical Research Centres at Oxford, Cambridge and London working together with patients to find a cure for HIV infection.

Find out more (University of Oxford website)

Visit the CHERUB HIV Garden website