Extention of Joint Program by Global Fund, UNICEF, World Bank and Clinton Foundation
April 6, 2004. Joint press release from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; UNICEF; the World Bank; and the Clinton Foundation.
New Agreements Aim to Make Lowest-Priced AIDS Drugs and Diagnostics Available to Hundreds of Thousands of Patients Throughout the Developing World.
April 6, 2004. Ranbaxy press release.
Ranbaxy and Clinton Foundation Plan to Extend Reach of HIV/AIDS Drugs to More Countries.
April 6, 2004. The World Bank.
Bank in Partnership to Provide Low-Cost AIDS Drugs.
April 6, 2004.
Statement by Stephen Lewis, UN Special Envoy for HIV/AIDS in Africa, in response to The Clinton Foundation, The World Bank, UNICEF, and The Global Fund initiative on the provision of antiretroviral drugs.
April 6, 2004. Health GAP press release.
Clinton Foundation AIDS Drug Deal Slows Bush Anti-Generics Policy - Activists applaud bold move to reduce drug prices by Global AIDS Fund, Clinton Foundation, UNICEF And the World Bank.
April 12, 2004. Roger Bate for Tech Central Station.
What's In A Number?
April 7, 2004. Sarah Bosely for the Guardian.
Clinton's Aids deal snubs Bush plan.
April 6, 2004. Maggie Fox for Reuters.
Clinton, UN Announce Cheap Generic AIDS Drug Plan.
April 6, 2004. Naomi Koppel for the Associated Press.
Cheap AIDS Drugs On The Way.
April 6, 2004. Sarah Leuck for the Wall Street Journal.
Big Donors in Global AIDS Fight Agree to Buy Generic Medicines.
April 6, 2004. Donald McNeil for the New York Times.
Plan to Bring Generic AIDS Drugs to Poor Nations.
April 6, 2004. Shankar Vedantam for the Washington Post.
Coalition Expands AIDS Drug Plan - Over 100 Nations May Get Discounts.
April 6, 2004. BBC.
Cheaper Aids drug deal extended.
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