Legislation Needed to Boost HIV/AIDS Efforts in Solomon Islands, Health Official Says
May 29, 2009
Isaac Muliloa -- national coordinator of the HIV and sexually transmitted infections unit at the Solomon Islands' Ministry of Health -- recently said that a lack of national HIV/AIDS laws is hindering efforts to address the disease, the Solomon Times reports. Recent World Health Organization estimates said that the number of HIV cases in the Solomon Islands could reach 350 by 2010.
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