Activists: Money Issues Affect AIDS Prevention, Treatment

    Billions are spent on research, care — and major events like the International AIDS Conference — and critics say victims of disease are paying these costs

    Graca Machel, right, wife of former President Nelson Mandela, makes a point about the rights of young adolescent women as actress Charlize Theron looks on at the 2016 AIDS Conference in Durban, South Africa, July 19, 2016.

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    Delegates are urged to go back to their countries and work toward ambitious goal: ending the pandemic by 2030

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