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Reversing the HIV/AIDS epidemic

Reversing the HIV/AIDS epidemic

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2004 - This report details the available data on HIV/AIDS in Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States. It explains the causes of the epidemic in this region and offers policy options to halt the spread of the disease. It also explains why, and what policy choices are needed to stop the epidemic from becoming even more devastating and costly.
2004 - This report details the available data on HIV/AIDS in Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States. It explains the causes of the epidemic in this region and offers policy options to halt the spread of the disease. It also explains why, and what policy choices are needed to stop the epidemic from becoming even more devastating and costly.

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Published by: UNDP in Europe and Central Asia on Jul 01, 2013
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REVERSNGTHE EPIDEMIC
FACTS AND POLICY OPTIONSHIV/AIDS in Eastern Europe andthe Commonwealth of Independent States
United Nations Development ProgrammeBratislava,2004
 
HIV/AIDS in Eastern Europeand the Commonwealthof Independent States
REVERSING THE EPIDEMIC
FACTS AND POLICY OPTIONS
United Nations Development ProgrammeBratislava,2004
 
All rights are reserved.The document may,however,be freely reviewed,quoted,repro-duced or translated,in part or in full,provided the source is acknowledged.The docu-ment may not be sold or used in conjunction with commercial purposes.The viewsexpressed in boxes of this report are solely the responsibility of named authors of thosetexts. The analysis and policy recommendations of the Report do not necessarily representthe views of the United Nations Development Programme;its Executive Board or itsMember States.ISBN 92-1-126162-7Cover Designed by KOLOVRATOK,Slovak RepublicPrinted by RENESANS,Slovak RepublicBratislava,2004II

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