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AIDS IN INDIA.

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AIDS IN INDIA
Introduction
According to the World Health Organization, the AIDS epidemic has impacted more than 47 million people throughout the world, with more than 2 million deaths in 1998. Although AIDS drug cocktails have been developed in the United States to slow the death rate, most of the epidemic is, and has been, taking place in the developing world. The estimates are that at least 95 percent of all cases now exist in the developing world, with most of those cases involving young people. There has also been a huge increase in the incidence of cases occurring among women (King, 2000).
It is only recently, however, that political and business leaders globally are beginning to realize the dimensions of the problem and the costs of t
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