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HIV Infection Rates Drop in Uganda

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HIV Infection Rates Drop in Uganda

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HIV Infection Rates Drop in Uganda

HIV Infection Rates Drop in Uganda

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Public health officials are hailing Uganda as a model for AIDS prevention. Rates of HIV infection among adults have dropped from a peak of 30 percent to 6 percent. Many credit President Yoweri Museveni for his emphasis on condom use, others credit religious groups for their message of abstinence and monogamy. NPR's Brenda Wilson reports.

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