Stefano Bertozzi

Over the past decade, the world has made huge progress against HIV. According to the latest data released by UNAIDS, the global rate of new HIV infections has fallen dramatically with the greatest reductions in Africa. This includes declines of 73 percent in Malawi, 71 percent in Botswana, 50 percent in Zambia, and 41 percent in South Africa and Swaziland.

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