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Dr. Jonathan Mann was the first director of the World Health Organization's Special Program on AIDS in the late 80s. He parted ways with the WHO after disagreements over the UN's approach to the problem, and later moved to Harvard to carry out his work in combating AIDS and increasing awareness on the subject. His wife and he died in an air crash in 1998. The next year, a annual award was instituted in his name, and given to a leading practitioner in health and human rights.

Who received this award in 2008?

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