A Conversation About HIV With Bill Clinton (PDF) (September 2005)
The former U.S. president talks about the work that's been done to prevent and treat HIV in Africa, Asia and Latin America -- and about the tremendous amount of work that remains.
In AIDS Patient Care and STDs
Dear Global Fund and United States: Stop Fighting! (November 19, 2004)
The San Francisco Chronicle chastises both parties for their recent bickering in Africa over who should be primarily responsible for saving the world from HIV.
In San Francisco Chronicle
Why the Meds Should Wait: An African AIDS Advocate Speaks Out (July 15, 2004)
AIDS advocate and former African resident Colin Webb argues that we should not be trying to deliver life-saving HIV meds to Africa before the continent has an effective health infrastructure in place.
In International Herald Tribune
Stern Words For Pfizer (July 2004)
Pfizer's drug-pricing policies in Latin America "border on genocidal," writes Richard Stern, Director of the Agua Buena Human Rights Association.
In TAGline, from Treatment Action Group
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