Developing countries need more HIV protection:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Different methods of protection against HIV should be more readily available in developing countries, according to the European Commission's proposal for a Council Regulation on HIV/AIDS-related operations in developing countries. Among the European Community's objectives is the promotion of an effective policy to prevent HIV/AIDS from being transmitted sexually, perinatally or through blood. The Commission also calls for improved co-ordination of aid within the Community and with other donors and UN agencies.
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