BBC Apologizes For 'Serious Breaches' In Documentary On Antiretroviral Testing Among Children | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


BBC Apologizes For 'Serious Breaches' In Documentary On Antiretroviral Testing Among Children

The BBC recently apologized to the New York-based Center for HIV Law and Policy for "serious breaches" in a 2004 documentary about antiretroviral testing among children in New York, London's Guardian reports. The center filed a complaint to BBC about the documentary, titled "Guinea Pig Kids," and has become "increasingly angry" that an apology issued privately in July has not been published, according to the Guardian.

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