Aids drugs

 
New policy gives generic medicines the upper hand
New policy gives generic medicines the upper hand
Government has published a draft intellectual property policy with potential far-reaching effects for pharmaceutical patents, which rghts groups on...
Why has Gauteng run out of ARVs?
Why has Gauteng run out of ARVs?
Activists are calling for the Gauteng health department to be placed in intensive care, with a strong dose of medicine required to nurse it back to...
Funding crisis looms large
Funding crisis looms large
The imminent cut in funding for HIV adherence counsellors in Lesotho is likely to create tension and cracks in an already severely under-resourced...
SA's spectacular reversal in fight against Aids
SA's spectacular reversal in fight against Aids
South Africa has witnessed an "unparalleled" five-year increase in life expectancy since 2005 thanks to the world's biggest programme...
Genetic mutations increase resistance to Aids drugs in Africa
Genetic mutations increase resistance to Aids drugs in Africa
Tiny genetic mutations that make HIV immune to key frontline drugs have been increasing in eastern and southern Africa, something that should be a...
After 30 years, war on Aids at 'moment of truth'
After 30 years, war on Aids at 'moment of truth'
With the war on Aids nearing its 30th anniversary, the United Nations on Thursday declared "a moment of truth" had come for new strategies to...
Drug abuse complicates South Africa's Aids battle
Drug abuse complicates South Africa's Aids battle
The days of South Africa's president playing down the danger of Aids and the health minister recommending garlic, beetroot and vitamins as medicine...

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