Madagascar's Response To HIV/AIDS One Of Most Aggressive In Africa

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Madagascar's response to HIV/AIDS has been one of the "most aggressive" in Africa and should serve as a model for how to prevent the transmission of the virus and improve overall health care, the AP/ABC News reports. Although less than 1% of Madagascar's population is living with HIV/AIDS, an influx of foreign workers, as well as a high rate of other sexually transmitted infections, has led the country to implement aggressive HIV prevention campaigns, the AP/News reports.

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