epa03491963 A Pakistani boy collects hospital waste in Peshawar, Pakistan, on the eve of World AIDS day, 30 November 2012. According to doctors, pricking in a drip bottle, reuse of syringes, blood transfusion, ear-nose piercing equipment, and the reuse of razor blades at barber shops are some of the main causes of AIDS spread. World AIDS Day, observed 01 December each year, is dedicated to raising awareness against the spread of AIDS and HIV infections. EPA/ARSHAD ARBAB
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