AIDS PATIENT HOLDS HIS MORNING DOSE OF MEDICATION AT THE AIDS HOSPICE IN THE WAT PHRABAHT NAMPU TEMPLE IN THAILANDS LOP BURI PROVINCE
An AIDS patient holds his morning dose of medication at the AIDS hospice in the Wat Phrabaht Nampu temple in Thailand's Lop Buri province, about 160 km (100 miles) north of Bangkok, July 3, 2004. The temple, which was turned into a AIDS hospice in 1992 by a monk, has 400 beds for AIDS sufferers.
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