Clinton Wrap

During last day of his two-day visit to Nigeria, President Clinton was confronted with one of Africa's most desperate problems: the spread of infectious diseases, in particular HIV/AIDS. At a gathering of AIDS activists and health care workers, the president heard from Nigerians who have AIDS and from children whose parents who have died of the disease. NPR's Mike Shuster has more from Abuja, the Nigerian capital.



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