Most (91%) Canadians Believe It’s ‘Important’ For Government To Help Increase Access To Treatment For People With HIV And AIDS In Developing Countries

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Friday, August 10, 2007

Toronto, ON – In light of recent media attention paid to the prevalence of HIV and AIDS around the world, most (91%) Canadians believe that it is ‘very’ (46%) or ‘somewhat important’ (45%) that the Canadian government help to increase access to treatment for people living with HIV and AIDS in developing countries. Only 9% of...

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Most (91%) Canadians Believe It’s ‘Important’ For Government To Help Increase Access To Treatment For People With HIV And AIDS In Developing Countries

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