epa000230720 US actress Ashley Judd (R) embraces Aids patient Krangsuk as she visits the final stage ward of the Buddhist Temple Wat Phra Baat Namphu in central Lopburi province, 150 km north of Bangkok, Thailand, Sunday 11 July 2004, as part of her role as an ambassador for YouthAIDS, a group attempting to prevent the spread of AIDS among the young. Thailand will host the XV International Aids Conference, the meeting is expected to draw at least 15,000 scientists, health workers, political leaders and advocates, in Bangkok from this Sunday. About 604,000 people are living with HIV / AIDS in Thailand. EPA/UTHAIWAN BOONLOY
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