AIDS May Pose Security Risk Health officials begin to speak of AIDS as a possible security risk. Some nations are so devastated that they may have trouble planting crops or fielding armies. On World AIDS Day, NPR's Steve Inskeep talks with the Bush Administration's Jack Chow and the U.N.'s Stephen Lewis.
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AIDS May Pose Security Risk

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AIDS May Pose Security Risk

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Health officials begin to speak of AIDS as a possible security risk. Some nations are so devastated that they may have trouble planting crops or fielding armies. On World AIDS Day, NPR's Steve Inskeep talks with the Bush Administration's Jack Chow and the U.N.'s Stephen Lewis.