Vir(tu)al Reality

February 2004
Transitions Online;2/23/2004, pN.PAG
Focuses on the issue of HIV and AIDS epidemic in Russia and Ukraine in 2004. Reports released by the United Nations that show the number of people who had HIV and AIDS; Causes of the spread of AIDS; Role of prisons as incubators for HIV.


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