Our story on the Indian government's failure to acknowledge the enormity of the country's AIDS problem and how that is hampering the fight against the disease prompted calls for more concerted action

You described India's growing AIDS crisis [June 6]. But the AIDS epidemic is a global problem that demands a unified, worldwide solution. It is not only the responsibility of nations in which AIDS is most prevalent or of philanthropists like Bill and Melinda Gates, whose foundation is assisting India. It is also the responsibility of every government and person on the planet. It is...

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