Bill Clinton Pushes For More To Be Done At AIDS Conference

August 5, 2008

Former U.S. President Bill Clinton was in the spotlight at the International AIDS Conference in Mexico City, urging for more to be done to fight HIV/AIDS..Washington (ChattahBox) – Former U.S. President Bill Clinton was in the spotlight at the International AIDS Conference in Mexico City, urging for more to be done to fight HIV/AIDS.

Bill Clinton spoke on behalf of his foundation, the William Jefferson Clinton Foundation, talking about how to fight AIDS.

His foundation works to promote health and economic development worldwide

He stated during the inspirational speech that AIDS was like “a big dragon.”, and that “millions and millions of foot soldiers” are needed to kill it.

Bill Clinton hopes that he can help by urging those to stop HIV infections, which can cause AIDS.

The International AIDS Conference has drawn over 20,000 researchers, advocates, politicians, etc. from around the world.


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