23 February 2004 Russia and Ukraine are close to the point when HIV/AIDS will explode into the general public. It is probably too late to contain it–and, in any case, politicians there are showing minimal interest in taking action against it. In the still relatively early days of perestroika, the author of this piece turned […]

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