World Cup Raises HIV Education Hopes

Soccer fans around the world may be wringing their hands over the quarterfinals of the World Cup, but some doctors are agonizing over a more serious stake in the tournament -- they hope to slow HIV transmissions during World Cup celebrations. Any major sports event carries a risk of upping sexually transmitted diseases among celebrating fans. Doctors say alcohol, parties and the anonymity of traveling abroad are the perfect storm for unsafe sex. So when South Africa, which has one of the...Full Story
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