PolitiFact Examines Work Of Clinton Foundation, CHAI To Improve Access To HIV/AIDS Treatment

PolitiFact: Clinton: Clinton Foundation helped 9 million with lower-cost AIDS drugs
“…We’ll … explore if the Clinton Foundation actually had a hand in making HIV/AIDS drugs more affordable for nine million people? … Two experts in HIV/AIDS treatment, Jennifer Kates at the Kaiser Family Foundation, and Ellen ‘t Hoen call the [Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI)] an important player. … If anything, Clinton understated the number of people who have benefited from the program. We rate this claim True” (Greenberg, 6/15).

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