Reduced funding hampers a global battle against AIDS

07/29/2010 | Washington Post, The

Activists at the International AIDS Conference protested against cutbacks in global funding for anti-retroviral therapy for people with HIV, particularly those in developing countries. Their ire was directed at the Obama administration, saying the government backtracked on its promise to increase AIDS spending every year.

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