Suffer the Children

Park, Alice
July 2000
Time;7/10/2000, Vol. 156 Issue 2, p99
Discusses a United Nations study which determined that 15-year-olds living in sub-Saharan Africa have a fifty-fifty chance of being infected with the AIDS virus. Rank of African women aged 15-24 as the most at-risk in the world; Comments of Dr. Peter Piot, director of the study.


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