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A little girl embraces a balloon as Filipino health workers and volunteers, not in the photo, mark World AIDS Day in Manila, Philippines Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2010. Citing 2008 figures, WHO (World Health Organization) said some 33.4 million are living with HIV, with 2.7 million newly infected with the virus and 2 million dying of AIDS. The Philippines has a low prevalence of HIV infection with 5,729 cases, according to the data from the Department of Health. (AP  Photo/Bullit Marquez)
Photo by: Bullit Marquez
A little girl embraces a balloon as Filipino health workers and volunteers, not in the photo, mark World AIDS Day in Manila, Philippines Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2010. Citing 2008 figures, WHO (World Health Organization) said some 33.4 million are living with HIV, with 2.7 million newly infected with the virus and 2 million dying of AIDS. The Philippines has a low prevalence of HIV infection with 5,729 cases, according to the data from the Department of Health. (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)

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