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A report released yesterday afternoon by the ONE Campaign says that the momentum against AIDS has been lost as progress is off track to meet the MDG. From Reuters: The conclusion contrasts with a UN report last week, which found that an end to AIDS was in sight due to better access to drugs. But ONE says “the beginning of the end of the AIDS” remains out of reach, as the number of people newly infected each year still exceeds those who get treated for the first time. Global leaders last year committed to the “beginning of the end of AIDS” by 2015. Progress over the past decade has cut the death toll for the disease, mainly due to better access to drugs that can both treat and prevent the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) which causes AIDS, the United Nations said in its annual report last week.
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Healthy Dose: World will Miss AIDS MDG Targets, Says ONE