Published in AIDS Weekly, September 3rd, 2001
AIDS cases and deaths peaked in the early 1990s, then fell steadily as new, more effective drugs took hold. But both statistics have been nearly flat since 1998, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said.
The findings, released at a national HIV prevention conference in Atlanta, Georgia, bolster a concern expressed by health officials who marked AIDS' 20th anniversary earlier this year: many Americans, numbed by news of...
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