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