A prescription for disaster

Clarke, Kevin
April 2000
U.S. Catholic;Apr2000, Vol. 65 Issue 4, p46
Discusses why prescription drugs against AIDS are not reaching patients in Africa. Impact of AIDS on people in the United States (US); Status of HIV infection in Africa; Amount to be spent by the US to combat AIDS in Africa.


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