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Back to basics

In Africa, AIDS treatment has overshadowed prevention efforts in recent years, but US workers promise to renew their focus

By John Donnelly
Globe Staff / May 31, 2005

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The care giver touched the feverish temple of bedridden Masresha Metekiya, 30. She whispered that he should go to the hospital and get tested for HIV. He nodded ever so slightly his assent. (Full article: 1282 words)

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