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The struggle against AIDS and drug addiction should be begun with souteneurs
The struggle against AIDS and drug addiction should be begun with souteneurs, Russia’s chief sanitary physician Gennady Onishchenko has said. He told reporters on Monday that an “effective means of AIDS and drug addiction prevention would new radical measures against souteneurs who place along roads someone else’s wives and daughters”. “Those managers should be hung by sensitive places on the nearest aspens until their full and final realisation of malignancy of their business,” he said. Onishchenko cited findings of studies in Russia’s second city St. Petersburg, where 48 percent of prostitutes are HIV-infected and 92 are drug addicts. About 70 percent of all cases of HIV infection are related to intravenous use of drugs. At the same time, a percentage of people with sexually transmitted HIV are higher than the proportion of infected of infected drug users in 43 territories of Russia. Onishchenko said he flatly opposed the idea of switching addicted people to so-called soft drugs. “Unequivocally, we do not accept this method as a replacement therapy at present,” he said.
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