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AIDS In Brazil

AIDS In Brazil

AIDS In Brazil
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NPR's Martin Kaste reports on the disappointment of Brazil's AIDS officials at the country's refusals to share its stock of generic AIDS drugs with other countries in the region. Government officials say Brazil is willing to teach other countries how to make their own drugs, but it won't sell the drugs abroad. (4:47) For audio and video from the AIDS conference, see NPR's extended coverage.

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