AIDS and Africa - when will the epidemic level off

L�yt�nen, Markku
June 2003
Fennia;2003, Vol. 181 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
Discusses the epidemic of AIDS and HIV infection in Africa. Spread of the epidemic worldwide; Percentage of populations in subSaharan African countries that are infected of HIV; Importance of reliable statistics on the spread of AIDS and HIV infections in planning and modelling on when the disease will attain equilibrium; Modes of HIV infections.


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