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‘Fighting HIV Stigma in an Ageing Population’ – Baroness Joyce Gould

As patron of the Martin Fisher Foundation (MFF), a former member of the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for HIV/Aids and honorary fellow of the British Association for Sexual Health & HIV, Baroness Joyce Gould of Potternewton is no stranger to lives lost.

Joyce, who lives in Brighton and became a Labour Peer in 1993, was originally a pharmacist but moved on to a career within the Labour Party and was its director of organisation from 1985 to 1993.

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