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Friday, August 18, 2006 

OECS HAPU recommends urgent attention to reduce attrition involving persons with HIV/AIDS
August 18th, 2006

OECS Member Countries are experiencing an increasing rate of attrition among persons living with HIV and Aids. (Attrition speaks to the gradual wearing away of morale and the powers of resistance by persistent attacks.)

Dr. James St. Catherine, Coordinator of the OECS HIV and AIDS Project Unit (OECS HAPU) is advocating that OECS Member countries tackle the increasing attrition rate.

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