WHO Seeks Brazil's Help in War Against AIDS

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WHO Director-General J.W. Lee asks Brazil's AIDS director to help the U.N. health agency reach a goal of treating 3 million HIV-infected patients around the world by 2005. Brazil's generic AIDS drug program has led to a 50-percent decline in death rates due to AIDS. Hear NPR's Brenda Wilson.



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