BFM Spotlight - Religion, Science & HIV
Professor Francoise Barre-Sinoussi, virologist and the 2008 Nobel Prize winner in Medicine, discovered HIV in 1983, just two years after AIDS was first recognised as a distinct new syndrome.
Catholic churches being the largest private care provider to HIV patients around the world, BFM's Lee Chwi Lynn talks to Francoise about balancing religious belief, science and moral responsibility.
This video is a follow-up from a radio interview done by 'The Bigger Picture' on BFM 89.9. To listen to the podcast of the radio interview, please visit: www.bfm.my/discovery-and-future-of-hiv