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Malawi Launches Week-Long Campaign to Test 250,000 People for HIV

August 7, 2012

"Malawi on Monday launched a week-long campaign to test 250,000 people for HIV in what health authorities called a crucial intervention in a country ravaged by AIDS," Agence France-Presse reports. "The week would give Malawians 'a chance to access antiretroviral therapy if found HIV positive,' said Deputy Health Minister Halima Daudi at the launch," the news service writes, noting, "People will take tests in 810 sites in the southern African nation's 28 districts." Approximately 10 percent of Malawi's 14 million residents are living with HIV, according to AFP (8/6).

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