17 January 2003 ASTANA, (Eurasianet)–Kazakhstan has broken away from other Central Asian nations by acknowledging that AIDS is a crisis threatening the entire country, two experts have concluded after interviewing nearly 80 high-risk people in Kazakh cities. But the experts say that Kazakhstan’s police and public health services still isolate people with human immuno-deficiency virus […]

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