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CAROLINA STORIES

HIV, AIDS, and Faith

  • Aired: 02/08/2012
  • 24:24
  • Rating: TV-PG
Is HIV/AIDS still a problem in South Carolina? Yes it is! But surprisingly, many people think it is not-they think AIDS was a problem that peaked in the 1990s and has largely gone away. Yet Columbia, S.C. has the sixth largest HIV population in the country. HIV/AIDS costs the South Carolina workforce more than six billion dollars each year.
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