Drug Distribution Problems Impede AIDS Fight

Global efforts to curb the spread of AIDS are falling short of expectations. A main problems is distributing anti-viral drugs in high volume to low and middle-income countries. Dr. Jim Yong Kim, director of the World Health Organization's department for HIV/AIDS, gives Steve Inskeep an update on the crisis.



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