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Unformatted text preview: were in fact cured or prevented, tuberculosis would most certainly decrease because some 80% of AIDS patients contract tuberculosis. This issue will continue to be debated because money is the source of the problem. Another weakness with this argument is the ability to easily cure tuberculosis with antibiotics, etc. This seems to be more of a resource allocation problem versus scientific research aiming to find a cure such as AIDS. They did an excellent job with including helpful graphs and diagrams on their slides. Also, their presentation skills were advanced proven by their effective reading of slides. They simply did not read off slides which let the audience know they knew their topic and were passionate about it. All in all, I am grateful for grasping the intensity of this problem and appreciate Peter and Michael for picking this topic....
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- Winter '06
- Pandemic, World Health Organization