U.S. Plan Criticized as AIDS Conference Ends

The 15th International AIDS Conference comes to a close in Thailand. A U.S. plan to spend $15 billion on emergency measures is criticized over details, and divisions are evident at the gathering despite calls for unity. NPR's Richard Knox reports.

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