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Ten steps Africans can take to curb AIDS epidemic

Galvanizing a whole society will take courage, leadership

By John Donnelly
Globe Staff / June 5, 2006

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LIVINGSTONE, Zambia -- The most critical problem today in the AIDS pandemic, especially in its epicenter in southern Africa, isn't treating the region's estimated 25 million who are infected with the deadly virus. Experts say the biggest issue is preventing the spread of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, to the 700 million in Africa who are not infected. (Full article: 1207 words)

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