NPR Program Examines Brazil's Antiretroviral Program, Efforts to Collaborate With Other Countries to Fight HIV
June 16, 2008
NPR's "Tell Me More" on Thursday included a discussion with Brazil's HIV/AIDS program director Mariangela Simao. Simao discussed progress in Brazil's no-cost antiretroviral program and the country's efforts to collaborate with Portuguese-speaking countries in Africa on HIV prevention.
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