Lives Lost: A Worldwide Health Crisis

In 2003, the Globe launched a yearlong effort to examine the lack of basic health care in developing countries -- a deficit that leads to several million unnecessary deaths per year.

Photo: After Jeffrey Mhango, 41, died of AIDS and tuberculosis at Lilongwe Central Hospital in Malawi, his family claimed the body from the morgue to take him home for burial.
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