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How Many More World AIDS Days?

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Since its emergence in 1981, the global AIDS epidemic has taken around 36 million lives, and ravaged some of the world's most vulnerable communities. While the world has made significant progress over the past 15 years, obstacles to AIDS prevention – and eventually eradication – persist.

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