AIDS In South Africa The end of the court battle between the South African goverment and three dozen of the world's drug companies has dropped prices of HIV and AIDS drugs in many countries. While these drugs are now available to the affected millions who are mostly poor, there are far more basic things yet to be taken care of. NPR'S Brenda Wilson reports.

AIDS In South Africa

AIDS In South Africa

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The end of the court battle between the South African goverment and three dozen of the world's drug companies has dropped prices of HIV and AIDS drugs in many countries. While these drugs are now available to the affected millions who are mostly poor, there are far more basic things yet to be taken care of. NPR'S Brenda Wilson reports.