If others won't spearhead AIDS fight, WHO will (opinion)
NewsdayTwo decades after the AIDS virus began to tear through regions such as southern Africa, a remarkable thing has happened: The realms of politics and medicine have finally converged to mount a bold rescue. There are two ways to greet this news. The first is to ask where, in the name of all that's decent, the effort has been for the last 22 years. While that question is logical, it isn't entirely fair. The second is to urge major donor governments in particular, the one in Washington to do all they can to make this ambitious project work.
—Posted: December 8, 2003
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