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The article is devoted to the role of nurses in the prevention of immunodeficiency virus. Since nurses, by virtue of their activities, are closest to the sick and their families, they are able to create the most favorable atmosphere for them, which is very important for the success of treatment and control. Today's nurse is the foremost force of modern medicine. It plays an important role in the implementation of health reforms. Based on international requirements, the nursing education system is being improved.
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