South Sudan's quiet victims of war: With HIV, without help

In this photo taken Tuesday, March 13, 2018, James Seferino, 11, left, walks with his father Andrea Seferino, right, both of whom are HIV-positive, while his father carries his baby son who has not got the virus after receiving treatment for HIV at a Doctors Without Borders clinic outside the town of Yambio, in South Sudan. South Sudan's five-year civil war is quietly creating another kind of victim - those prevented from accessing life-saving antiretroviral medicine, and experts say the number





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