UN announces new deal to cut HIV drug costs

A deal announced at the UN will supply a new HIV drug to millions of patients in developing countries for $75 dollars, as opposed to $75 a day, which is the pill's price in the US.

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    A deal announced at the UN will supply a new HIV drug to millions of patients in developing countries for $75 for a year's supply, as opposed to $75 a day, which is the pill's price in the US.

    HIV/AIDS activists say it could be an important moment in the fight against the virus.

    Al Jazeera's Tania Page reports from Johannesburg, in South Africa.


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