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News Briefing: Low-Key Recall of AIDS Drug Hits World’s Poor

By Kate Golden on July 23, 2007No Comment
  • A total recall of an important AIDS drug has disrupted treatment for tens of thousands of the world’s poorest patients.  [New York Times]
  • Clinton launches a program to make subsidized malaria drugs in Tanzania.  [Reuters]
  • Pulitzer Prize winner Steve Coll plans to take over the New America Foundation, a Washington public policy institute.  [New York Times]
  • The selection of a Chinese sculptor to carve a Washington monument to Martin Luther King Jr. sparks an outcry.  [Los Angeles Times]
  • Rising temperatures facilitates the spread of malaria in Africa.  [Los Angeles Times]
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