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17 Dec
More than one million people in Russia are HIV positive, but many don't receive the necessary treatment. As infection rates soar, supplies of HIV/AIDS medications are dwindling. Why is that?
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Though slow, research into treating AIDS has been producing ever more effective drugs.
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Myths and superstitions about HIV and AIDS are causing the disease to spread, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa.
31 Mar 2023
More and more children are found to be HIV-positive in northwest Pakistan. Officials attribute the trend to mandatory pre-surgery testing and growing public awareness.

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