epa01950930 An Indonesia participant burns thousands of candles during an anti HIV/AIDS campaign in Jakarta, Indonesia on 01 December 2009. Three hundred cities and subdisricts across Indonesia would have five million HIV/AIDS cases in 2010, an expert said. Head of the National Trainer Care, Support and Treatment of Integrated Management of Adolescent and Adult illness (IMAI) for HIV/AIDS, Ronald Jonathan, made the remark here on Sunday. He explained that Indonesia from the 1980s to September 2009 had about 18,442 HIV/AIDS sufferers, with a men-women ratio of 3:1. According to the latest data, Jonathan said, sexual intercourse had now become the most frequent cause of the spread of HIV/AIDS in the society, accounting for 50 percent of the total number of sufferers, while the use of syringes only 40,7 percent, and the spread of the HIV/AIDS among certain groups su
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