Cuba now has one of the world’s smallest AIDS epidemics, a mere 14,038 cases. Its infection rate is 0.1 percent, on par with Finland, Singapore and Kazakhstan. That is one-sixth the rate of the United States, one-twentieth of nearby Haiti. Arachu Castro, HMS associate professor of global health and social medicine, is quoted.
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