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Dr. Joy Phumaphi, minister of health for Botswana, talks with Diane about that country’s AIDS crisis: the social, political and economic damage it has already caused, what that nation is doing to stop it, and the need for international help in the fight against HIV and AIDS.
- Dr. Joy Phumaphi minister of health for Botswana
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