UN: HIV Infections Down Sharply

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UN: HIV Infections Down Sharply

According to the United Nations, there were 700,000 fewer new cases of HIV last year than in 2001, with 25 low- and middle-income countries reporting 50- to 73-percent reductions in new infections. What do you think?

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    Gillian Cuzzort
    Lumber Checker
  • “Sounds like my upcoming trip to Zambia just got a little more freewheeling!”

    Alan Bonar
    Export Clerk
  • “My ribbon worked!”

    Peter Gentle
    Lye Treater