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Monday, 30 January 2006 - 00:00

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  • TAC demands better antiretroviral rollout in Mpumalanga hospitals

  • Letter from Physicians for Human Right to President Mbeki

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    • TAC demands better antiretroviral rollout in Mpumalanga hospitals

    • Letter from Physicians for Human Right to President Mbeki

    • Bristol-Myers Squibb fails to supply essential life-saving medicine

    • TAC letter to MCC regarding tenofovir registration

     

     

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Tuesday, 17 January 2006 - 00:00

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  • Appeal for funding
  • How support from friends and his mother helped Moses Setseu: a community report by James Dlamini
  • A brief analysis of the Clinton Foundation agreement
  • Second installment of our new regular feature: How we know that antiretroviral treatment works - research from South Africa
  • Link to TAC website: An evaluation of TAC by Tenu Afavia and Jacqui Boulle

 

  • Please note: We have...
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Thursday, 1 December 2005 - 00:00

 

Antiretrovirals Give Life

1 December 2005

On World AIDS Day, two reports have been released demonstrating the success of antiretroviral treatment in developing countries, one from South Africa and the other from Haiti.

 

 

Antiretrovirals Give Life

1 December 2005

On World AIDS Day, two reports have been released demonstrating the success of antiretroviral treatment in developing countries, one from South Africa and the other from Haiti.

 

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Thursday, 1 December 2005 - 00:00

New England Journal of Medicine;Volume 353:2325-2334;December 1, 2005; Number 22

ABSTRACT

Patrice Severe, M.D., Paul Leger, M.D., Macarthur Charles, M.D., Ph.D., Francine Noel, M.D., Gerry Bonhomme, M.D., Gyrlande Bois, M.D., Erik George, M.D., Stefan Kenel-Pierre, B.S., Peter F. Wright, M.D., Roy Gulick, M.D., Warren D. Johnson, Jr., M.D., Jean William Pape, M.D., and Daniel W. Fitzgerald, M.D.

Background: The one-year survival rate of adults and children with the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), without antiretroviral therapy, has been about 30 percent in...

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Wednesday, 30 November 2005 - 00:00

At a press conference in Johannesburg this morning, Nobel Laureate Nadine Gordimer and South African singer, Ringo Madlingozi, joined the Treatment Action Campaign in making a call for all people in South Africa and internationally to work together to prevent new HIV infections and ensure treatment for people with AIDS.  They supported TAC’s call for actions of solidarity by the influential and successful with the poor and marginalised.

Madlingozi talked about his mission as a musician to “create music that will heal” and pledged that one track on his coming album would be dedicated...

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