Landmark Aids Centre

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The Landmark Aids Centre is a day centre in London which offers treatment and support for AIDS sufferers. It was officially opened on 25 July 1989 by Diana, Princess of Wales. At a time when police dealing with AIDS sufferers still wore gloves, Diana created a media frenzy by shaking the hands of a patient at the unit.[1]

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