The former President never really seemed to get the credit he deserved for a program he first initiated in 2003, and had renewed in 2007, to treat those infected with HIV on the African continent.
But now a study has been released that helps us understand the real-life impact of what he really accomplished.
CHICAGO (Reuters) - A U.S. program launched during the Bush administration has cut AIDS deaths by 10 percent in targeted African nations compared to their neighbors and saved more than a million lives, U.S. researchers said on Monday.One million people.
Africans. HIV patients. All for less than 10% of what we gave to AIG.
One million people.
Thanks, W., for understanding the value of human life.
h/t: Petr Weifen