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18.9 million voluntary medical male circumcisions to prevent infections in men and boys; 85% DREAMS districts where new HIV diagnoses continued to decline in the past year; 2.4 million babies born HIV-free; 95 million people received HIV testing services; 14.6 million women, men, and children on lifesaving antiretroviral treatment; 700 thousand children on lifesaving antiretroviral treatment; 6.8 million orphans, vulnerable children, and their caregivers received support; 270 thousand new health care workers trained

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The Lessons of 1989: Freedom and Our Future