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Aids

American drug companies say they are making AIDS drugs more affordable for African countries. This week there is word the government may also do more to help: the Bush administration is said to be considering giving up to $2 billion to African countries to battle the disease. Host Lisa Simeone speaks with NPR Health Correspondent Richard Knox.

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