U.N. Official Welcomes Bush Proposal to Fight AIDS

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The U.N. special envoy for AIDS in Africa praises President Bush's pledge to combat global AIDS. Half of the $15 billion program would be spent on treatment, a third on prevention and the rest on care. NPR's Bob Edwards talks to Rachel Swarns of The New York Times.



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