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Soccer Helps Kick AIDS In South Africa

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As South Africa hosts the World Cup, the country’s passion for soccer is on full display. Less conspicuous is the reality that there are more people infected with HIV in South Africa — close to 6 million — than anywhere else in the world. A Boston-based organization is trying to tap the country’s love of soccer to prevent the spread of the disease.

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