Posts Tagged HIV

Chaskalson was a pillar of strength in my battle against HIV/Aids

Original Article here. by Justice Edwin Cameron Arthur Chaskalson was a formidable man. He could be severe. To those he opposed, he could be intimidating. But he also had a tender side. That was mostly reserved for his beloved wife, Lorraine, and his sons, Matthew and Jerome, […]

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TAC asks Supreme Court of Appeal to consider public health in patent dispute over cancer medicine

The TAC National Council has resolved to seek admission in a legal dispute between the brand name drug company Aventis Pharma and the generic company Cipla, over a claim of patent infringement on a drug that treats cancer called Docetaxel. SECTION27 will act as attorneys for TAC. […]

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South Africa gets to grips with AIDS & Towards a world without HIV — Le Monde Diplomatique

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The The Global Fund on AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria has saved millions of lives in its ten years of existence. Globally, the fund continues to save the lives of 100 000 people every day. In South Africa, the Global Fund invested in saving lives when the government […]

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Gay “erotica”, court judgments and crime novels: My best reads in 2011

Gay “erotica”, court judgments and crime novels along with government reports, memoranda, journal articles make up a substantial part of my reading during the year.  Reading novels, poetry and non-fiction also help me get through the difficult days and months. My top eleven books for this year […]

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