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Annie Lennox views on HIV

07-19-2010 19:38 BJT

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Around 20, 000 participants from more than 185 countries have attended the 18th International AIDS Conference in Vienna. The conference has called for more effective and decisive action against fighting AIDS. Singer and HIV campaigner, Annie Lennox says authorities need to make a real commitment to providing access for millions of people living with HIV.

Annie Lennox, Singer of HIV Campaigner, said, "There should be no more shame at HIV. So, let's not wait for another 10 years. Let's not wait for five years, let's not even wait for one more day. Let's commit here and now, here in Vienna, let's recommit to all the work that we have done and we will continue to do until we see universal access. It is achievable, it can be done. Thank you."

Editor:Yang Jie |Source: CNTV.CN

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