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HIV/AIDS

25 November 2010

HIV in Eastern Europe is increasing

A near tripling of new HIV infections in Eastern Europe and Central Asia over the past nine years is frightening, the UN's top Aids official said.

A near tripling of new HIV infections in Eastern Europe and Central Asia over the past nine years is frightening, the UN's top Aids official said.

"When we are seeing a positive movement happening in a different part of the world, we are scared of what is happening in Eastern Europe and Central Asia," Michel Sidibe, head of the UN's Aids agency, known as UNAIDS, told reporters in Vienna.

 

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