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NPR Continues AIDS-Related Coverage on Blog, Programs

July 27, 2012

NPR continues its coverage of issues being discussed at the XIX International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2012) with several stories on its health blog and radio programs. On Thursday, "Tell Me More" host Michel Martin spoke with Teguest Guerma, the first woman director general of the African Medical and Research Fund (AMREF) about how African nations are responding to the HIV/AIDS epidemic and how they are working "to find the solutions ourselves, with the support of the international community," Guerma said, according to the program's transcript (7/26). On "All Things Considered," correspondent Jason Beaubien reports on how South Africa's Kwa-Zulu Natal province is responding to high rates of HIV and tuberculosis (7/26). NPR's "Shots" blog reports on Alexandra Volgina, who won a Red Ribbon Award for her efforts to raise awareness about drug shortages in Russia and prompting the Ministry of Health to respond (Doucleff, 7/26).

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