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Drug patents are beside the point
Drug patents are beside the point
This week Switzerland will become ground zero for the future of health policy in Africa. The World Health Organisation's (WHO) intergovernmental...
Signs of progress on World Aids Day
Signs of progress on World Aids Day
Activists on Saturday sought to keep the battle against HIV in the public eye on World Aids Day in the face of growing complacency amid progress in...
Bono and Hirst head art sale to fight Aids
Bono and Hirst head art sale to fight Aids
An extraordinary array of contemporary art will go under the hammer next week for Red, the brand created by U2 star and activist Bono, to raise...
N'Dour: 'War on malaria' is the one US should wage
N'Dour: 'War on malaria' is the one US should wage
"If the United States wants to win a war, it ought to be the war on malaria," says one of Africa's best-known singing stars, Youssou N'Dour.
World Bank launches new Aids strategy for Africa
World Bank launches new Aids strategy for Africa
Overtaken as the largest funder of global HIV/Aids programmes, the World Bank is now focusing on easing the economic damage inflicted by the...
Bush plays healer-in-chief in rural Tanzania
Bush plays healer-in-chief in rural Tanzania
United States President George Bush handed out hugs and bed nets to battle malaria in Tanzania's rural north on Monday, saying the US is part of an...
Kenya anti-Aids drive gets $132m boost
Kenya anti-Aids drive gets $132m boost
The Global Fund to Fight Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria has approved a grant of $132,3-million to boost Kenya's anti-HIV/Aids drive, the Health...
Aids taboo broken in Uganda -- now for the drugs
Aids taboo broken in Uganda -- now for the drugs
Selina Akello sits in a clearing between the mud huts in her village. "I will tell you anything," she says. An older man passes within earshot, but...
Hard-line Zim loyalists to march in support of Mugabe
Hard-line Zim loyalists to march in support of Mugabe
Hundreds of hard-line supporters of Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe will stage a show of strength in support of the veteran president in the capital,...
We can defeat Aids, says Tutu
We can defeat Aids, says Tutu
Statistics that indicated HIV/Aids numbers were lower than previously thought was cold comfort, Archbishop Desmond Tutu said on Friday.

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