Pakistan is facing an HIV outbreak that the use of repackaged syringes may have caused

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The Pakistan government has sought international help after more than 700 people, most of them children, tested positive for HIV in the southern town of Ratodero. The outbreak was thought to have been spread through reused syringes used mostly by unqualified practitioners. "As part of key tasks, a WHO-led team will determine the factors behind the outbreak and suggest control measures," said Pakistan's Minister for Health, Zafar Mirza. "[They will] provide technical expertise in the areas of HIV testing, paediatric HIV treatment and family counselling."
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