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Fears South Africa's Treatment Success Could Breed Complacency

South Africa's free AIDS drugs program has doubled over the last three years and now provides over two million patients with life-saving antiretrovirals. But some fear that this treatment success might make people less careful to avoid infection.

http://www.wbir.com/video/2877533695001/1/Fears-South-Africas-Treatment-Success-Could-Breed-Complacency http://cdn.newslook.com/ae/aef4986abef2cd96fbfad63bc1cab145/images/frame_0058.jpg Fears South Africa's Treatment Success Could Breed Complacency South Africa's free AIDS drugs program has doubled over the last three years and now provides over two million patients with life-saving antiretrovirals. But some fear that this treatment success might make people less careful to avoid infection. johannesburgnewslookAfricaHealthWorldSouth AfricaPretoria 02:32

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