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A health-care worker visits HIV sufferer Nkosinathi Mthembu at his home in Esikhawini township near Empangani in South Africa's Kwa-Zulu Natal province. South Africa has the world's largest number of AIDS cases, with more than five million people infected. (MIKE HUTCHINGS/REUTERS/MIKE HUTCHINGS/REUTERS)
A health-care worker visits HIV sufferer Nkosinathi Mthembu at his home in Esikhawini township near Empangani in South Africa's Kwa-Zulu Natal province. South Africa has the world's largest number of AIDS cases, with more than five million people infected. (MIKE HUTCHINGS/REUTERS/MIKE HUTCHINGS/REUTERS)

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