Visualizing Eastern Europe's Deadly HIV Problem
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Saturday marked World AIDS Day which aims to promote awareness of the disease and mourn those who have died from it.

As Statista's Niall McCarthy notes, the event came into existence in 1988 and it has been widely observed by health officials, governments and non-governmental organizations since then.

One aspect of HIV which needs to be highlighted more frequently is its growing infection rate across Eastern Europe and Russia in particular.

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