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Prevention/Epidemiology

Boston Globe Examines Senegal's "Unheralded Efforts" to Reduce HIV Transmission

August 11, 2003

The Boston Globe yesterday examined the "largely unheralded efforts" of Senegal to reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS in the country, which has "shown how AIDS can be held at bay in places where the disease is a persistent, voracious killer." In 12 other African nations, more than 10% of residents between ages 15 and 49 have HIV, compared with 2% in Senegal. According to the Globe, HIV prevention efforts in Senegal have "saved tens of thousands of lives" (Donnelly, Boston Globe, 8/10). The complete article is available online.

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