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I want you to join me and a growing community of like-minded people in some of the most essential, effective, and exciting humanitarian work taking place on the planet today.

 

Princess Margaret Hospital is one of two places in the Bahamas where men, women and children suffering from HIV/AIDS can get life-saving medicines. I was first there in April 2003 when the Foundation started our work helping the government bring relief to people suffering from HIV/AIDS.

 

I returned to the hospital recently, and I'm pleased to report a nearly 400% increase in the number of people who are receiving life-saving anti-retroviral medicine, thanks to the efforts of the hard-working hospital staff, the government of the Bahamas and the Clinton Foundation.

 

Fighting AIDS is just one of the important missions of the Clinton Foundation. We are also committed to:

 

Promoting racial, ethnic and religious reconciliation;

Economic empowerment;

Leadership development and citizen service.

We're making a difference in Africa, India, China, the Caribbean and in America. We're bringing hope to people in need.

 

Learn more about the Clinton Foundation:

 

http://www.clintonfoundation.org

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I want you to join me and a growing community of like-minded people in some of the most essential, effective, and exciting humanitarian work taking place on the planet today.

 

Princess Margaret Hospital is one of two places in the Bahamas where men, women and children suffering from HIV/AIDS can get life-saving medicines. I was first there in April 2003 when the Foundation started our work helping the government bring relief to people suffering from HIV/AIDS.

 

I returned to the hospital recently, and I'm pleased to report a nearly 400% increase in the number of people who are receiving life-saving anti-retroviral medicine, thanks to the efforts of the hard-working hospital staff, the government of the Bahamas and the Clinton Foundation.

 

Fighting AIDS is just one of the important missions of the Clinton Foundation. We are also committed to:

 

Promoting racial, ethnic and religious reconciliation;

Economic empowerment;

Leadership development and citizen service.

We're making a difference in Africa, India, China, the Caribbean and in America. We're bringing hope to people in need.

 

Learn more about the Clinton Foundation:

 

http://www.clintonfoundation.org

Very honoured Sirs and Ladys,

HIV is curable to 100 per cent. In the last stage it is already very heavy,

however, it is also possible. These aren't empty words, the truth is that.

weud@aol.com

 

Yours sincerely

Udo

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