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Robert I. Rotberg and Victoria I. Salinas

Needed: a medical peace corps

By Robert I. Rotberg and Victoria I. Salinas
May 10, 2005

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AS ANGOLANS die piteously of Marburg virus and Africans everywhere suffer from HIV/AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis, and a host of other killers, too little attention is paid to the desperate nature of Africa's routine health services. Just as most African governments provide too few doses of antiretroviral medicines to their HIV populations at risk, so most African nations are far too ... (Full article: 812 words)

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