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Is the Philippines' 'war on drugs' fuelling an HIV epidemic?

CEBU, Philippines (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - As Rosita leaves Jose's small office in downtown Cebu in the central Philippines, he passes her a handful of biscuits and six clean needles. What Jose has just done could land him in jail.
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