Peter Schofield and Holly Willoughby talk to Rachel Dilley, a mother-of-three who says she never dreamed she was at risk of HIV – because ‘only African people could get it’.
“Growing up the only thing I’d seen was an advert on TV in Africa of African people dying of AIDS and I thought it was a disease you caught in that COUNTRY, and that only they caught it. I didn’t realise that you know a white person had ever had it.”
Is this woman for real? Has she been living under a rock?