23-year-old to release documentary on AIDS
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Harit Kumar, 23, a trained microbiologist and a student of MSc (bioinformatics), DAV College, Chandigarh, and his team are working on a documentary on AIDS.
The documentary, which is at the editing stage, aims at telling people how to live a healthy and disease-free life.
The point that the documentary tries to drive home is that medical tests should be conducted before marriage, as it is the right of both, men and women, who plan to get married, to know if his or her to-be partner is suffering from any transmittable disease.
Apart from this, they also have the right to know the biological status of each other, before marriage.
Dr Rajesh Gulia from AIIMS supported the team. "Gulia and Ankit Yadav, a B Tech student from Patiala, played a crucial role in making the documentary," Kumar said.
The documentary talks about why sex education should be made compulsory in schools and colleges.
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