epa00585116 (FILES) AIDS sufferer Nonhlanhla Langa is examined by a palliative care nurse during a visit to her home in Soweto, South Africa, Thursday 24 November 2005. The lesions on the critically ill 26-year-old Langa are caused by Kaposi's Sarcoma, an AIDS-defining cancer. Unable to work due to her health, Langa lives with her aunt while undergoing chemotherapy and anti-retroviral (ARV) treatment. World AIDS Day is marked worldwide annually on 01 December to raise awareness by remembering the millions of people living with HIV or suffering because of AIDS. According to the latest UNAIDS report, sub-Saharan Africa continues to be the most affected area globally, with 64 per cent of new infections occurring here. EPA/JON HRUSA WORLD AIDS DAY PACKAGE 30 of 31
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