The female face of HIV/AIDS

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  • Friday, 08 Mar 2013

ONLY a decade ago, Malaysia was facing an HIV/AIDS epidemic that was threatening to derail a generation. Injecting drug users were bearing the brunt of 70-80% of all new HIV infections and marginalised populations such as sex workers, transgender people and men who have sex with men were almost peripheral to the epidemic as far as decision makers were concerned.

How the face of the epidemic has changed!

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