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The future of AIDS and the ethics of seclusion in the face of an impending danger

Mpho Selemogo

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2005.007


The African AIDS crisis now claims the lives of about 5,000 Africans daily, making up around 80% of the world’s AIDS deaths. This continent also bears 95% of the world’s AIDS orphans, 70% of new HIV infections and 90% of the world’s children living with HIV/AIDS. The amount of human suffering behind these figures is almost unimaginable.

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