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According to a new editorial, the world can control and ultimately end the HIV/AIDS pandemic through a three-pronged strategy that
The authors explain why these three elements are necessary for ending the pandemic, and how each element—though challenging—could be tackled through a concerted global effort.
GK Folkers and AS Fauci. Controlling and ultimately ending the HIV/AIDS pandemic. JAMA 304(3):350–351 (2010).
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