AIDS In Haiti

NPR's Richard Knox looks at Haiti's struggle against AIDS. The country only has one AIDS clinic, and doctors have started targeting their scarce resources on keeping infected women from passing the virus to their children. It's a strategy many experts are betting on to slow the spread of AIDS in poor nations. (8:24-8:44) Check out more NPR News coverage of the UN Special Session on HIV/AIDS.



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