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Aids Treatment In Africa

Host Bob Edwards talks to Sen. Bill Frist, Republican of Tennessee. The surgeon and Chairman of the African Affairs subcommittee says the United States needs to provide significantly more money to fund AIDS treatment programs in developing countries, especially in Africa. He says the U.S. has "a moral obligation to do everything possible to have AIDS drugs flow to those countries at as low a price as possible."

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