International AIDS Conference Returns To South Africa, Now Host To Largest HIV Treatment Program In World

Nature: South Africa ushers in a new era for HIV
“…Next week, the International AIDS Conference returns to Durban — but to a radically changed outlook. The government’s AIDS denialists have quietened, and international funding has poured in. Today, around half of the country’s seven million people with HIV are on [antiretrovirals (ARVs)] — the biggest such program in the world…” (Nordling, 7/13).

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