The country is one of the first to benefit from a $30m control programme.
It kills 800,000 children a year but scientists may have found a vaccine.
Cutting-edge research uses the immune system and antibodies to fight the disease.
Despite millions of dollars of research there is no vaccine against Malaria.
In 2006 over 2 million people with HIV/Aids received anti-retroviral treatment.
There were just 400 cases in 2001 but by 2006 this had increased to 2000.
The Pulse asks how effective pharmalogical spending patterns are.
The Pulse looks at the STD that is the second biggest cause of female cancer deaths.
There may be as many as 400,000 new cases of multi-drug resistant TB each year.