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HIV/AIDS

25 November 2009

Africa leads global HIV infections

Sub-Saharan Africa still has the world's highest number of HIV cases, accounting for 67% of global infections, a United Nations reports said.

Sub-Saharan Africa still has the world's highest number of HIV cases, accounting for 67% of global infections, a United Nations reports said.

Africa's economic power house, South Africa, remains home to the world's largest population of people living with the virus, with 5.7 million cases recorded in 2007.

 

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