Last Chance to Halt the AIDS Train

Feizkhah, Elizabeth
December 2001
Time International (South Pacific Edition);12/17/2001, Issue 50, p14
Reports on the AIDS epidemic in Papua New Guinea. How the disease is spreading rapidly; Efforts to prevent the disease through AIDS awareness campaigns; Lack of screening facilities in the region, which is why many people in the country may have the disease and not realize it.


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