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Brazilís dangerous denial
Bate argues that Brazilís threats to issue compulsory licenses for AIDS drugs will damage the research and development of new medicines:
Brazil is in dangerous denial. It denies responsibility for paying for HIV drugs and responsibility over letting its poorest die from entirely preventable water-borne disease. Only those who want fewer HIV drugs can welcome Brazil's actions, everyone else should be worried.
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