June 6, 2007
Africa Has Not Slowed New Infections
While hundreds of thousands of Southern Africans are receiving HIV treatment that they didn’t have access to before, the rate of new infections has not decreased since the late 1990’s. If this trend continues, the number of HIV infected in the region—25 million today—could jump by an additional 36 million by 2015, exhausting the new resources.
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