Global Health

Global Fund On AIDS Considers Drug Payments

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As The Global Fund on AIDS meets in Tanzania, it faces a key decision over whether to pay for new AIDS drugs needed by developing countries. The Bush administration is arguing that the Fund should wait until it has secured the money from donor nations. AIDS activists say any delay would hurt the international AIDS effort. Hear NPR's Brenda Wilson.

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