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One could therefore predict the number of new cases in France in a given year, just about as well knowing the case history of the United States instead of that in France. 96. It is hard to explain this by an appeal to some sort of magical synchronicity — particularly since we have the fact that though the growth rates of AIDS in the countries are roughly the same for any given year, the new case relative incidence per 100,000 for the United States is several times that of any of the other countries.
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