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Ambitious endgames, continued challenges assessed at global health briefing book launch

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Deaths from AIDS were peaking in Zambia in 1998, when Robert Clay arrived there. The epidemic there had been recorded for more than a decade, but the antiretroviral treatment that was saving livesfor the last two years in affluent countries, remained unavailable to Zambians. The house where Clay lived was on the road to the […]