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Tanzanian Government Sanctions $20 Million For AIDS Arug

East Africa as an estimated population of 35 million of whom two million people// have been infected with HIV. About 14,000 people die every year from HIV infections an estimated 12% of the country’s children are orphans as they lost their parents due to AIDS.

Tanzania has planned to provide free anti-retroviral drugs (drugs which acts against HIV) to 500,000 HIV/AIDS patients within a period of five years. This year 44,000 patients in Tanzania will get anti-retroviral drugs by the end of this year. The Tanzanian Health ministry announced that the government has sanctioned $20 Million for the purchase of anti-retroviral drugs and the ministry announced that due to this drug, 21,000 patients, including 4,240 children in 96 health centers across Tanzania will benefit from this drug.


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Current treatment against AIDS aims at Anti-HIV (also called antiretroviral) medications is used to control the reproduction of the virus and to slow the progression of HIV-related disease.

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