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Over 91,000 Newly Identified Cases of HIV In Uganda Last Year

July 16, 2009

New Vision examines a Ugandan report released Thursday which says there were 91,546 newly identified cases of HIV among adults in 2008. Speaking in Kampala, during the release of the report, presidency minister Beatrice Wabudeya "advocated for increasing the level of HIV/AIDS knowledge in the communities" (Bugembe, 7/15).

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