Published in AIDS Weekly, July 14th, 2003
In a study from England, "qualitative research was carried out in the Malian cities of Sikasso and Bamako with a view to setting up HIV voluntary testing and counseling (VCT) services and a separate program to enable young people to improve their sexual health."
"The most striking finding was that a large number of respondents said they did not believe in the existence of AIDS," according to S. Castle and colleagues at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. "Reasons for disbelief were related to the perceived lack of AIDS cases in China, the inability...
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