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One Part of HIV/AIDS Series Examines Germany's Government Policies Surrounding Epidemic

February 2, 2012

As part of a week-long series, titled "Generation Positive," looking at the HIV epidemic in the U.S. and Washington, D.C., WTOP's Thomas Warren examines the history of HIV/AIDS in the U.S. compared with Germany, where he traveled as a fellow with the RIAS Berlin Kommission. The article describes "the history of HIV in Germany, including the governmental policies aimed at handling the disease and how the virus is treated medically," according to the introduction (Warren, 2/1).

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