Christian Science Monitor Examines HIV/AIDS In South Africa

The Christian Science Monitor Weekly features a cover story on AIDS in South Africa. The article profiles Olga Thimbela and her family, “who became part of an occasional series on South Africa’s AIDS orphans,” the newspaper writes. In addition, the story discusses HIV/AIDS statistics, the success of antiretroviral drug therapy, the role of women as caregivers, HIV prevention strategies, and how South Africa can serve as a model for other nations in the fight against HIV (Moore, 6/23).

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