China, Other Growing Nations Urged To Do More For Global AIDS Fight
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
World health authorities urged China and other countries with fast-growing economies to make a greater commitment to providing resources to poorer countries to fight AIDS. The challenge came as an international AIDS conference ended with the world anti-AIDS groups announcing their goal of universal access to anti-HIV drugs by 2010 would not be met. The 2010 target of having universal access to drugs and treatment for HIV patients was embodied in a U.N. resolution in 2006 and endorsed by the eight economic powers. (Click here for more
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