Study: Uganda AIDS Prevention Primarily Due to Condoms

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New data suggests the decline in HIV prevalence in Uganda is due to condoms — and one other factor. The number of people dying of AIDS just about equals the number getting infected with HIV. The country is often held up as a model of AIDS prevention.

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