Despite successful information campaigns and the known dangers of AIDS, there are still 36,000 new infections reported each year. After the witnessing the horrors of the 1980's and 1990's, why in the United States are we still seeing this many new cases on an annual basis when the disease can be basically snuffed out? Be sure to use examples to support your key points.
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