South Africa Unleashes Plan to Slow AIDS Crisis – NYTimes.com

South Africa Redoubles Efforts Against AIDSBy CELIA W. DUGGERSOVANE, South Africa — South Africa, trying to overcome years of denial and delay in confronting its monumental AIDS crisis, is now in the midst of a feverish buildup of testing, treatment and prevention that United Nations officials say is the largest and fastest expansion of AIDS services ever attempted by any nation. The undertaking will be expensive and difficult to pull off, but in the past month alone the government has enabled 519 hospitals and clinics to dispense AIDS medicines, more than it had in all the years combined since South Africa began providing antiretroviral drugs to its people in 2004, South African health officials said.

via South Africa Unleashes Plan to Slow AIDS Crisis – NYTimes.com.

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~ by h.e.g. on May 1, 2010.

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