Freddie Mercury HIV battle a culturally significant moment

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Chief executive of the National Aids Trust Deborah Gold explains that Freddie Mercury going public with his HIV diagnosis before he died was a cultural touchstone moment. On November 24, 1991, the flamboyant and charismatic frontman died aged 45 after suffering with bronchial pneumonia resulting from Aids.

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