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Global picture Africa's epidemic 2010: Key countries 2010: Best case scenario
This study looked at how improved prevention measures could slow the spread of HIV.

It predicted 45 million new infections in poor and middle income countries by 2010 if no improvements were made. But it said that 29 million of those infections could be averted if a set of prevention and care measures from successful projects around the world was implemented immediately.

The map shows these figures in comparison to the number of people living with HIV in 2002.


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