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14 December 2001

"A countrywide MTCT [mother-to-child-transmission] prevention programme is an ineluctable obligation of the state" [South Africa] - Pretoria High Court

Author: Treatment Action Centre [TAC]

TAC, Children's Rights Centre and Dr. Haroon Saloojee win court battle against government

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14 December 2001

Cheers for Aids drug ruling [South Africa]

Author: News24.com [South Africa]

Pretoria High Court Judge Chris Botha's verdict that the government is obliged to provide the anti-retroviral drug Nevirapine to all HIV-positive pregnant women, was received with jubilation in many quarters on Friday.

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14 December 2001

Cheers for Aids drug ruling [South Africa]

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Article
14 December 2001

Excerpt from judgment TAC and others v Minister of Health and others [South Africa]

Author: High Court of South Africa, Transvaal Provincial Division, posted on website of Treatment Action Centre [TAC]

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Article
14 December 2001

Full MTCT [mother-to-child-transmission] court case judgement [South Africa]

Author: High Court of South Africa, Transvaal Provincial Division, posted on website of Treatment Action Centre [TAC]

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Article
14 December 2001

Pregnant South Africans Win AIDS Help

Author: Dina Kraft, Associated Press

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Article
14 December 2001

SA [South Africa] ordered to provide Aids drugs

Author: BBC News

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Article
28 November 2001

State is defending the indefensible' [South Africa]

Author: Louise Cook, Business Day [South Africa]

Health department justifies unequal access to Nevirapine by saying that some provinces lack the resources needed [regarding lawsuit to compel South African Government to make anti-AIDS drug Nevirapine more widely available]

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Article
27 November 2001

Hand out Aids drug says SA [South Africa] judge

Author: BBC News

The judge hearing an action brought by Aids campaigners against the South African Government has said he thinks an anti-HIV drug should be made available all over the country as soon as possible.

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26 November 2001

ANC faces court fight over Aids drugs

Author: Michael Dynes, The Times [London]

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