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Bill Clinton and Bill Gates call for more efficiency to fight the AIDS virus

07-20-2010 20:59 BJT

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In separate speeches at the International AIDS conference, two heavy hitters on the world health stage, Bill Clinton and Bill Gates, called for more efficiency to fight the AIDS virus.

Philanthropist & Co-founder of Microsoft Bill Gates said, "If we push for a new focus on efficiency, in both treatment and prevention, and we continue to innovate to create new tools, we can drive down the number of infections dramatically, and start writing the story of the end of AIDS."

Former US President Bill Clinton said, "We need more people in the healthcare workforce. Specifically we need people who can do good work at lower cost over a wider geographic range than doctors can do alone in poor countries."

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