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Unformatted text preview: With these statistics in mind, the columnist follows his claim by stating these heart-wrenching statistics demand action. He backs up his goal by declaring there is plenty of moneytechnological expertiseand data to target resources more effectively, which is particularly possible with the help of a new director of HIV-AIDS administration. The writer admits efforts will be useless if people think that they are immune to the epidemic but feels that it is vital for government intervention, but more importantly routine testing of pregnant women. The key here is in using resources more effectively than they have been used in the past because although much work has already gone into preventing the spread of HIV/AIDS, it obviously has not been able to effectively prevent dramatic increases in populations such as the District of Columbia....
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- Fall '07