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AIDS/HIV in Eastern Europe

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AIDS/HIV in Eastern Europe

AIDS/HIV in Eastern Europe

AIDS/HIV in Eastern Europe

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Host Bob Edwards speaks with Kasia Malinowska-Sempruch, director of the international AIDS prevention efforts at the Open Society Institute, about the disturbing number of new AIDS cases in Eastern Europe. AIDS is spreading in Russia and the former Soviet Republics faster than anywhere else in the world.

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