Judge attacks South African government's response to AIDS

Ferriman, Annabel
July 2000
BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);07/15/2000, Vol. 321 Issue 7254, p131
Academic Journal
Reports on criticism of the South African government for its slow response to the AIDS epidemic, and for its association with those who maintain that the disease in not caused by the HIV virus. Critical comments made by Judge Edwin Cameron at the July 2000 AIDS conference in Durban; Statistics related to HIV infection in South Africa.


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