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AIDS and the single girl

In the global fight against AIDS, calls for a new focus on girls and young women

By John Donnelly
Globe Staff / July 18, 2004

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BANGKOK -- Ennita Manyumwa could be a poster woman for the Bush administration in the fight against AIDS. She's African, 26, HIV-free, and for years she has resisted older men who bring her gifts in exchange for an implicit promise of sex later. She races through boyfriends. Many leave because she said no to sex. After one man made a ... (Full Article: 1240 Words)

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