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HIV/ Aids fears after cutbacks

1st May 2007

The number of people with HIV is set to reach 100,000 in Britain, a Birmingham peer has warned. Lord Fowler, the former MP for Sutton Coldfield who served as Health Secretary under Margaret Thatcher, said the number of people treated for HIV tripled in ten years. And he warned campaigns to reduce the spread of infection had been cut because of NHS financial deficits.

 

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Title: HIV/ Aids fears after cutbacks
Author: Anne Waller
Article Id: 2697
Date Added: 1st May 2007

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