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    AIDS prevention in military populations -- learning the lessons of history.

    Kingma SJ

    [Hanover, New Hampshire], Civil-Military Alliance to Combat HIV and AIDS, 1996. [4] p. (Occasional Paper Series No. 2)

    CONCLUSION: The armed forces that do not deal with HIV prevention will be condemned to deal with AIDS. One can paraphrase the military leader quoted at the outset of this paper by saying that the armed forces that ignore the mission of HIV prevention will be "destined to repeat the errors of history by failing to perceive the impact of [this] disease." The armed forces of all countries must face the increasing risk of HIV infection in their ranks, and address the prevention of AIDS as a priority mission. (excerpt)
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