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Charlize Theron: 'We've become complacent' about AIDS

Oscar-winning actress Charlize Theron tells the TODAY anchors about her Africa Outreach Project, which works with girls in her home country of South Africa, who are eight times more likely than boys to become HIV-positive. She says "we've become complacent" about AIDS and that the disease needs to be eliminated completely.
/ Source: TODAY

Oscar-winning actress Charlize Theron tells the TODAY anchors about her Africa Outreach Project, which works with girls in her home country of South Africa, who are eight times more likely than boys to become HIV-positive. She says “we’ve become complacent” about AIDS and that the disease needs to be eliminated completely.