South Africa Forms Plan for AIDS Drugs South Africa plans to provide AIDS medications to all five million South Africans infected with HIV. If the program is implemented, it could serve as a model for universal distribution of AIDS drugs in other African countries. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports.
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South Africa Forms Plan for AIDS Drugs

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South Africa plans to provide AIDS medications to all five million South Africans infected with HIV. If the program is implemented, it could serve as a model for universal distribution of AIDS drugs in other African countries. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports.