Malawi registers 1000 new HIV cases every week

From Face of Malawi Tue Dec 4 2012, 02:09:44

More Malawians continue being diagnosed with HIV with the country registering 1000 new cases every week and over 50 000 every year. Vice President for the Republic of Malawi, Khumbo Kachali disclosed this Saturday during this year's National World AIDS day event that took place at Nsanje Secondary School in Nsanje. The vice president, who [...]

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