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Submission + - Why Is There Almost No HIV/AIDS In Japan? (

hurr1 writes: "Total cases in twenty years amount to only 7,500 or 375 a year. By comparison, Cambodia, whose population is less than a tenth of Japan's, had 170,000 people living with HIV or AIDS, according to United Nations estimates. See the Ten Myths Of HIV/AIDS video movie explore this problem in human society."
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Why Is There Almost No HIV/AIDS In Japan?

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