Friday, 26 February 2010

AIDS could die out by 2050?

A South African scientist Professor Brian Williams argues that widening the use of HIV-suppressing anti-retroviral drugs to all sufferers, not just those who are very ill, would massively reduce the rate of infection and see the disease die out by 2050. The world could be rid of the scourge of AIDS by the middle of the century, but only if it is prepared to spend huge sums of money on a mass screening and treatment campaign. Read more..

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