SA introduces anti-HIV drug

South Africa has announced announced a new drug to help with the spread of HIV/AIDS and new infections.
Minister of Health Zweli Mkhize spoke about the medication on the side lines ahead of the main event commemorating World Aids Day at the James Motlatsi Stadium in Orkney in North West.
“We will also announce new drug called TLD… actually it is helping to suppress the disease quicker and create less complications, and that is going to help us reach the target – so today is not just a commemoration, but also looking back how far have we have come and how far we still have to go.”
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Deputy President David Mabuza says government is committed to fight the scourge of HIV/AIDS.
Mabuza was speaking during his visit to one of the AIDS activities in Jouberton near Klerksdorp in North West.
He says more outreach programmes need to be conducted to educate people about the disease.
“We are not happy about the infections, more advocacy, more outreach programmes from our side, talking to our, especially young girls, who are getting infected. We less understand the situation. This disease is more less related to poverty. Young girls are getting infected because of their situation. So we are going to step up our efforts.”
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