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The AIDS Pandemic

Almost 20 million people worldwide are HIV-infected. Further, AIDS is spreading from Africa, where some countries could lose a quarter of their population, to Asia, where the impact in India and China could be devastating. Is a cure in sight?

AIDS may have "stabilized" in the United States (at about half a million cases in adults and children), but the disease has become a major ...

A Growing Global Crisis
AIDS represents the most significant pandemic of disease in the latter half of the twentieth century. ...

Conquering HIV
Based on a 50-year experience of victories against the microbial world, we should be able to cure AIDS. ...

The Best Weapon
Peer-led education, including counseling, risk assessment, and support referrals, is an effective measure of prevention. ...

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