Citation: Yamey G on Behalf of the Interviewees (2007) Which single intervention would do the most to improve the health of those living on less than $ per day? PLoS Med 4( 0): e303.
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Citation: The PLoS Medicine Editors (2007) Thirty ways to improve the health of the worlds poorest people. PLoS Med 4( 0): e310.
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Executive Director of UNAIDS discusses links between AIDS and poverty
Peter Piot (Executive Director of UNAIDS, Geneva, Switzerland) and colleagues at UNAIDS explore the "downstream" effects of AIDS on poverty, and the "upstream" effects of poverty upon the risk of acquiring HIV.
Citation: Piot P, Greener R, Russell S (2007) Squaring the circle: AIDS, poverty, and human development. PLoS Med 4( 0): e314.
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