The HIV/AIDS epidemic will leave from 72,000 to 125,000 U.S. children orphaned by the year 2000, researchers with The Orphan Project, administered by the Fund for the City of New York, reported.

Researchers calculated maternal deaths in the six hardest-hit cities — New York; Newark, N.J.; Miami; Los Angeles, Washington, D.C.; and San Juan, Puerto Rico. (See accompanying graph.)

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