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How many cases of AIDS are there in the United States?
The latest data I can find is from the end of 2003, so the numbers will be slightly higher today. The prevalence of HIV positive individuals is estimated to be between 900,000 and 1 million people in the United States (many do not know they have the disease, so that's why there is only an estimate). The prevalence of patients with AIDs in the United States is just over 400,000. There are about 45,000 new cases of AIDS each year.
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In September of 1939, Roosevelt persuaded Congress to pass a "Cash-and-carry" provisoion that allowed warring nations to buy U.S. arms as long as they paid cash and transporte…d them in their own ships. But the policy began to look like too little too late. By summer 1940, France had fallen and Britain was under siege. Roosevelt scrambled to provide the British with "all aid short of war."By June he had sent Britain 500,000 rifles and 80,000 machine guns, and in early September the United States traded 50 old destroyers for leases on British military bases in the Caribbean and Newfoundland.
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I know for certain that Canada had helped, and Britain had taken part in it. But I'm not sure about any others, sorry. Hope I helped
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New York had and still have the highest rate of AIDS.
Two: Alaska and Hawaii. The other 48 are tied. there is 50 states in the untied states
Yes, but the drug manufactures will ensure that the drugs will only work on US citizens. People from other countries can take it, but it won't work. Interestingly enough, peop…le from other countries can even come over to the United States and take it, but it won't work. The drug will sense that they are not a US citizen. Amazing! Isn't it?\n
New York State by a longshot. Mainly in the NYC area.
During the 1970s.
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Russia does not give foreign aid to the usa. In fact Russia killed most or all of it's foreign aid back in the 90's with the collapse of the Soviet Union and has just recently… started a foreign aid program again.
In HIV and AIDS
The National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS day is March 10. It is sad that the United States has to have a day dedicated to Women and Girls with the HIV or AIDS virus.