UNICEF says 50% of children living with HIV in Africa will die before they reach their second birthday if untreated.

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Ghana faces an acute shortage of antiretroviral drugs, endangering the health and the lives of tens of thousands of HIV-positive children and pregnant women. Health officials say this has pushed their efforts to end the AIDS epidemic backward.

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UNICEF says 50% of children living with HIV in Africa will die before they reach their second birthday if untreated.

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