A new HIV study finds rate 40 percent higher than previously estimated

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A new CDC study finds that the annual HIV infection rate is higher than previously estimated. The country had roughly 56,300 new HIV infections in 2006 — about a 40 percent increase from the 40,000 annual estimate used for the past dozen years. What do these new numbers mean for how the community handles AIDS prevention?Guest: John Peller, Director of Government Relations, The AIDS Foundation of Chicago