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Byline: Mark Kennedy
Aug. 12--The situation in Africa is bleak.
About 29 million sub-Saharan Africans are infected with the virus that causes AIDS, according to the World Health Organization.
The epidemic seems unstoppable. The impulse is to turn away.
Thankfully, some don't.
I recently spoke with two Chattanoogans in their 20s who just returned from Cameroon, a poor country in western Africa where the United Nations estimates there are 240,000 orphans whose parents have died of AIDS.
Patrick Hampton, 26, and Tracy Cunningham, 28, went to Africa to promote sexual abstinence as a lifestyle. For three weeks, they drove …