Two ethical controversies flared into life on World AIDS Day as the United States and South Africa backed sexual abstinence in their mix of programs to fight AIDS and British leader
Tony Blair lashed at religious bans on condoms.
US President George W. Bush joined other leaders around the world in renewing a vow to combat a disease that has claimed more than 25 million lives in 25 years and for which a cure and vaccine remain dismayingly elusive.
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