World AIDS chief warns of risk for Africa's child brides

World AIDS chief warns of risk for Africa's child brides
AIDS-related deaths have declined by almost 50 percent since a peak of 1.9 million in 2005, to one million last year, helped by the rollout of HIV drugs, which repress the virus but do not eliminate it. However more than two-thirds of those infected — 25.2 million — live south of the Sahara. And, among ...