With More Resources Aimed At Ending AIDS, 21M Lives Can Be Saved By 2030, Bill Gates Writes

Huffington Post: If We Take This One Step, Bill Gates Says We Could Save 21 Million People From AIDS By 2030
“Saving millions of lives from AIDS is most certainly in our reach, according to Bill Gates — we just have to up the resources aimed at ending the virus. In a blog post published on Wednesday, the philanthropist wrote about recent findings by the Lancet Commissions that found 21 million lives could be saved by 2030 ‘if the world accelerates the fight against HIV/AIDS’…” (Couch, 5/1).

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