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McKinsey Quarterly interviews Ashok Alexander, director of Avahan, the India AIDS initiative launched by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The AIDS problem in India is really a volcano waiting to explode. There're at least 4.6 million HIV positive people in India, which may seem minute because it is less than 0.5% of the population. However, when you consider that the AIDS virus more or less multiplies in a geometric fashion, there is disaster lurking around the corner. If left unchecked, there could be as many as 25 million HIV positive people in India within the next 5-6 years.
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