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Table of Contents, January/February 2003

Dubbya's Damascus
"It's called the Lazarus effect.

When one patient is rescued by medicine, as if back from the dead, many others with AIDS seek testing and treatment, because it is the first sign of hope they have ever seen."

President George W. Bush on his $10 billion pledge in new spending (which will by-pass the Global Fund) to slow the spread of AIDS in 12 sub-Saharan African nations, Haiti and Guyana.


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