China - Generic AIDS Drugs Anthony Kuhn reports that after dragging its feet initially, China now appears ready to acknowledge that it has a growing AIDS epidemic on its hands. It has released an AIDS activist that was being held in detention. And China is threatening to manufacture its own AIDS drugs if it can't come to an agreement over price reductions with drug companies.
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Anthony Kuhn reports that after dragging its feet initially, China now appears ready to acknowledge that it has a growing AIDS epidemic on its hands. It has released an AIDS activist that was being held in detention. And China is threatening to manufacture its own AIDS drugs if it can't come to an agreement over price reductions with drug companies.