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AIDS prevention funds debated

Role of abstinence key in Africa plan

By John Donnelly
Globe Staff / December 12, 2007

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WASHINGTON - The most important battle today in fighting the AIDS pandemic, health specialists told a Senate committee yesterday, was stopping the transmission of the HIV virus in the first place. But with hundreds of millions of dollars in prevention money at stake in Congress, the experts couldn't agree on just how to do that. (Full article: 749 words)

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