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Friday, December 01, 2006

Experts plan strategies to prevent HIV (AP)

Bun Rany Hun Sen president of the Cambodia Red Cross and wife of Cambodia's prime minister looks at a HIV-positive orphan at a hospital in Phnom Penh December 1 2006 on World Aids day. Cambodia has the highest prevalence of HIV/AIDS in Asia with 1.9 percent of the population or approximately 123000 people infected while the highest number of new HIV infections -about 40 percent- occur in married women in the impoverished country according to the United Nations and government statistics. REUTERS/Stringer (CAMBODIA)AP - Circumcision microbicides and microfinance. These are some of the most promising options being examined as potential ways to prevent AIDS. As World AIDS Day is marked Friday some public health experts are saying the current focus on universal access to lifesaving antiretroviral drugs has had an unintended effect: sidelining prevention. Without a vaccine preventing HIV infections is key to controlling the pandemic.


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