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Pat Daoust

Global AIDS policy and women's health

By Pat Daoust
May 26, 2008

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IN SPITE OF scientific and medical advances in recent years, the AIDS pandemic remains the greatest public health crisis of our time. Each day 6,000 people die of AIDS and there are 7,000 new infections. These statistics are difficult to comprehend until you see the faces of those most often affected - young women, between the ages of 15 and ... (Full article: 661 words)

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