Botswana’s gains against AIDS put U.S. claims to test

by Craig Timberg

GABORONE, Botswana — As global leaders gathered in Davos, Switzerland, for the World Economic Forum in January, officials from President Bush’s $15 billion anti-AIDS program issued a news release citing their accomplishments. Nowhere were the numbers more impressive than in Botswana, where 32,839 AIDS patients were receiving life-extending treatment with the help of the U.S. government, they said

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