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HIV sneaks up on Indonesia after Suharto

San Francisco Chronicle

Soon after the collapse of the authoritarian regime of Gen. Suharto in 1998, illegal drug trafficking rose dramatically. As a result, AIDS workers are now targeting the latest group most apt to acquire the virus — heroin addicts who share infected needles. This is the last in an occasional series by The Chronicle Foreign Service on AIDS in Asia. The entire series can be seen on The Chronicle's Web site.
—Posted: June 1, 2003

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