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AIDS and Political Will

It takes more than a good program to fight AIDS -- it takes political will. Thailand's strategy was once called the best, but there are signs that the country now faces a rise in new cases. We discuss how to maintain political will in fighting AIDS.


Sandy Thurman, president of the International AIDS Trust in Washington. Attending the International AIDS Conference in Bangkok, Thailand. Served as AIDS Czar under President Clinton.

Greg Behrman, author of The Invisible People: How the U.S. Has Slept Through the Global AIDS Pandemic, the Greatest Humanitarian Catastrophe of Our Time, Coordinator, Roundtable on Improving U.S. Global AIDS Policy, Council on Foreign Relations.

Mollyann Brodie, director of public opinion and media research at the Kaiser Family Foundation. Kaiser recently released a poll measuring American's Attitudes toward HIV and AIDS.

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