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International Feature – HIV / AIDS
No respite on the front line against HIV/AIDS  The Georgia Straight

In Soweto, South Africa, there are too few health-care workers and too little resources available in the fight against HIV/AIDS, which afflicts 20 percent of the population.

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“The waiting room is hot and claustrophobic. Patients are not only on ARVs but are being treated for a variety of AIDS-related diseases, ranging from infectious TB to bacterial pneumonia or cryptococcal meningitis. For multidrug-resistant TB, a bacterial strain impervious to antibiotics, the hospital’s only disease-control measure is to “keep the windows open,” Karstaedt says.”