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AIDS In Nigeria

AIDS In Nigeria

AIDS In Nigeria
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Nigeria has so far been spared the worst of the AIDS epidemic ravaging Africa. But doctors say the country is running out of time to isolate the disease before it explodes into the general population. NPR's Ivan Watson reports from Lagos on efforts at AIDS education and prevention.

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