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IRIN Examines Resistance to Have Children Tested for HIV Among Family Members in Burkina Faso

August 19, 2009

IRIN examines how the refusal by families to test their children for HIV/AIDS in Burkina Faso masks the epidemic and keeps life-saving drugs out of the hands of at-risk children. The article includes information about ongoing efforts to educate adults about the importance of testing children for HIV (8/18).

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