More Money to Treat AIDS Abroad
By THE EDITORIAL BOARD
Doubling the number of people who get antiviral treatments by the end of 2016 would slow the epidemic.
Published: November 27, 2013
Federal health officials are reporting a sharp increase in unprotected sex among gay American men, a development that makes it harder to fight the AIDS epidemic.The same trend has recently been documented among gay men in Canada, Britain, the Netherlands, France and Australia, heightening concerns among public health officials worldwide.According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of men who told federal health investigators that they had had unprotected anal sex in the last year rose nearly 20 percent from 2005 to 2011. In the 2011 survey, unprotected sex was more than twice as common among men who said they did not know whether they were infected with H.I.V.
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OR ARE THEY PART OF AN AGENDA?
I THINK THAT THE NYTIMES OUGHT TO COME CLEAN:
EVERY EMPLOYEE OUGHT TO DECLARE THEIR SEXUALITY AND PARTY AFFILIATION.
I THINK THIS WOULD EXPOSE THEM FOR WHAT THEY ARE:
A GAY DAISY CHAIN OF POSTMODERNIST RADICALS.