AIDS-related deaths drop by 21 per cent, say UNAIDS

Holden, Hayley
November 2011
Pink Paper;11/25/2011, p23
The article presents the statements of the UNAIDS health organization concerning the 21% decline of AIDS-related deaths since 2005.


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