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HIV hits Africa's rich hardest, study says

Analysis disputes long-held beliefs

By John Donnelly
Globe Staff / June 14, 2006

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DURBAN, South Africa -- The richest people in Africa have higher HIV prevalence rates than the poorest, disputing commonly held beliefs that AIDS is a disease driven by poverty, according to an analysis released yesterday of recent data from eight African countries. (Full article: 715 words)

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