The problems facing the city of Atlanta typically seem to mirror those in other large American cities.  A pinch of crime, a dash of corruption, and the ever-lingering debate over how to balance public transportation.  There’s a major health issue plaguing the city though, one that has gone mostly under the radar but has experts comparing Atlanta to parts of the third world – Fulton County’s AIDS epidemic. 

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