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Study finds AIDS drugs succeed in poor nations

By John Donnelly
Globe Staff / July 13, 2004

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BANGKOK -- The first large-scale study of HIV and AIDS patients receiving antiretroviral treatment in poor countries found that the vast majority improved remarkably, including many who had been near death, the group Doctors Without Borders said yesterday. (Full Article: 1053 Words)

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