Severe Drought in Africa Threatens to Drive New HIV Infections

People forced to migrate as a result of drought may no longer have easy access to the support of family and friends or to HIV treatment and people who lose the stability of their communities are more likely to engage in high-risk sex, acquire HIV or discontinue treatment, a study has found.

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