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World Bank Discussion Addresses AIDS Spending in Resource-Constrained Environment

July 24, 2012

In this post on the Center for Global Development's (CGD) "Global Health Policy" blog, Mead Over, economist and senior fellow at CGD, previews his participation in a panel that took place Monday evening at the XIX International AIDS Conference. Participants discussed whether AIDS spending is a sound investment in a resource-constrained environment (7/23). Additional information regarding the debate, which was held at World Bank headquarters and included several high-level speakers, is available on the World Bank website (7/23).

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