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India’s Plague

December 17th, 2001 | Posted in The New Yorker, Articles | No Comments
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Download the PDF Cheaper drugs may help millions who have AIDS– but how many will they hurt?
by Michael Specter

Late on an autumn afternoon a little more than a year ago, a nattily dressed chemist named Yusuf K. Hamied strolled into a conference room at the headquarters of the European Commission, in Brussels. Read more »