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Doctors: African AIDS plans thriving

Say programs possible anywhere

By John Donnelly
Globe Staff / May 29, 2005

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ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia -- Only a few years ago, doctors from the Cambridge-based organization Partners in Health asserted that their AIDS-treatment programs in rural Haiti showed that people in even the poorest places could successfully take life-extending medicines. Few believed them. (Full article: 962 words)

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