Kenya rolls out anti-retroviral drug to curb HIV infection

Doctors in Kenya have started prescribing a daily pill to reduce the number of people contracting HIV. The free anti-retroviral medication is being given to anyone with a high risk of exposure to the virus.

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    Doctors in Kenya have started prescribing a daily pill to reduce the number of people contracting HIV.

    The free anti-retroviral medication is being given to anyone with a high risk of exposure to the virus.

    Al Jazeera's Fahmida Miller reports from Nairobi.


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