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As of June, 2002 Partners In Health still ran much the way it did at its conception. It was larger, of course, but so were its goals. The World Health Organization finally adopted procedures for the treatment of MDR TB. The prices for TB drugs continue to fall, which further increases their availability. Jim had been a huge proponent of both these advancements. He felt that the moral standing of his generation could be defined by its response to the medical crises it faced. In 2002, Paul began expansions at Zanmi Lasante. The public had petitioned Aristide for the electricity they had long ago been promised from the dam. The Red Cross established a blood transfusion post as well. Twenty years after it began, Dr. Farmer's dream for proper health care in Haiti was achieved. In 2003, when a new director took office at...

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