AIDS in Developing Countries
AIDS is present on every inhabited continent of the world. However, over 90 percent of those infected with AIDS live in developing countries where populations suffering with and dying from the disease continue to grow. This anthology explores the issues concerning why AIDS is spreading so rapidly throughout the developing world and what can be done to eradicate it.
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AIDS Is a Threat to Human Development and Security
The AIDS Epidemic Demands Action from the
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