Lewis Diuguid

July 17, 2014 11:29 AM

Racial disparity likely behind U.S. poor results in global AIDS fight

the United States has the best health care system on the planet but lags behind other developed countries in the global battle against HIV and AIDS, a new United Nations study reports. It cites a decline in awareness and inadequate treatment as reasons.

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