3-xan saya xun amtai [2,832,224 in July 2006 est.] Mongol Ulsad mini DOX-yn toxioldol xeden udaa bu'rtgegdsen bilee. Bu'rtggegdeegui bas xed ch bgaag taaj medexed xetsuu.
Yahoo news-t bui "In 1996, experts thought AIDS would be on the decline. Now it may become the world's No. 3 killer." medeellees uuden daraax postyg oruullaa. Enexuu PBS-yn "Frontline" site-aas AIDS-yn talaarxi bu'ren xemjeeny 240 minutyn videog u'zex bolomjtoi. Zo'vxon "part One"-yn "chapter 1"-yg tavilaa. Busdyg ni Ta sited ni zochlon u'zne uu.

A Deadly New Disease
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On the 25th anniversary of the first diagnosed cases of AIDS, FRONTLINE examines one of the worst pandemics the world has ever known in "The Age of AIDS." After a quarter century of political denial and social stigma, of stunning scientific breakthroughs, bitter policy battles and inadequate prevention campaigns, HIV/AIDS continues to spread rapidly throughout much of the world, particularly in developing nations. To date, some 30 million people worldwide have already died of AIDS... (more )

- www.pbs.org
- http://www.youandaids.org


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