Posted by: APO | 11 October 2016

Health Care in Africa: What Next?

By Robert Guest and Slavea Chankova* In the war between humanity and disease, perhaps the greatest victory of recent years took place in Africa. At the turn of the millennium, serious analysts expected HIV/AIDS to kill up to half the people in some southern African countries. But then the price of anti-retroviral drugs fell from $10,000 a year to as little as $100, thanks to a loud campaign for access… Read more on


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