AIDS/HIV problem in South Africa. Tackling the problem from a new perspective.

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The Price of Life in the Name of Globalization Is there a price for life? If so what is it? The issue here concerns South Africa's growing HIV/AIDS patients. The world non-the-less isn't doing much about the situation that only seems to be getting worse. South Africa already has the highest growing HIV/AIDS rate in the world. The pharmaceutical companies offered very little medical donations or help, they ended up doing quite the …

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