A Model for Distributing AIDS Drugs in S. Africa

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In South Africa, where roughly 25 percent of the adult population is HIV positive, the government has pledged to make anti-retroviral AIDS drugs available for free at health clinics across the country. A pilot program in Eastern Cape province offers a model for overcoming infrastructure challenges to effectively distribute AIDS drugs. Hear NPR's Jason Beaubien.



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