WHO, CHAI sign agreement to fight HIV/AIDS in China
This article was originally published in Clinica
The World Health Organization and the Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative (CHAI) have agreed to jointly support China in its efforts to limit the spread of the virus, which currently affects over 800,000 Chinese people. Figures issued by the WHO on July 6 show that more than 38 million people are affected worldwide, and last year alone five million became newly infected with HIV - more than in any previous year.
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