Indias deadly secret: HIV / AIDS explosion : people with more than five million HIV-positive.

Kaiser Family Foundation. 2005 Advisory Board Company and Kaiser Family Foundation. All rights reserved.. India’s deadly secret: HIV / AIDS explosion : people with more than five million HIV-positive, India could be facing a major HIV / AIDS epidemic than any other country in Africa, analysts say, and health professionals. Is According to the United Nations 15, However, in the land of AIDS-related causes in 2015 have died, and the U.S. National Intelligence Council projects that 25 million people in the country are HIV-positive by 2010. The country is in a critical phase and has a historic opportunity to stem the spread of the virus Star Star. However, global AIDS efforts are focused on Africa that India is not even on the radar screen, Ashok Alexander – director of Avahan, the / Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s five-year, $ 200 million program to fight HIV to fight AIDS in India – said (Cohn, Toronto Star, courtesy of emphasis you can view the entire Kaiser Daily Health Policy Report search in the archives, or sign up for e-mail delivery on Kaiser Daily Health Policy Report is published for a free service of The Henry J.

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