Zambia To Be Among First Countries To Achieve AIDS-Free Generation, CDC Country Director Says

News outlets report on a CDC official’s statement that Zambia is on track to become one of the first countries to achieve an AIDS-free generation.

Zambia Daily Mail: ‘Zambia on path to HIV-free generation’
“U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) outgoing country director Lawrence Marum says Zambia is on a path to becoming the first country to achieve an HIV-free generation…” (Mvula, 7/29).

Lusaka Times: Zambia among first to achieve HIV/AIDS free generation — CDC
“The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Zambia (CDC) says Zambia will be among the first countries to achieve the target of an HIV- and AIDS-free generation…” (7/29).

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