Introduction to special issue

Australia shows its neighbors how to stem an epidemic

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Science  11 Jul 2014:
Vol. 345, Issue 6193, pp. 152-155
DOI: 10.1126/science.345.6193.152

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  • The Bali NGO Gaya Dewata distributes condoms outside gay bars in Seminyak.

    PHOTO: MALCOLM LINTON
  • AIDS inpatients like Insio Henson (left) are still common in Papua New Guinea, but cases like Alistair Coia (far right), with HIV researcher Sharon Lewin, are a rarity in Australia.

    PHOTOS: MALCOLM LINTON (2)
  • SOURCE: UNAIDS, HIV in Asia and the Pacific (2013)/UNAIDS, Global AIDS Response Progress Reporting (2012 and 2014)/Indonesia Ministry of Health, National AIDS Spending Assessment/Papua New Guinea, CIA World Factbook

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