Groups accuse U.S. of pushing costly HIV drugs at expense of third world

03/26/2004 | Reuters

U.S. and international groups joined to accuse the U.S. government of hurting the effort to combat AIDS in less-developed countries by pushing more expensive brand-name HIV drugs in support of its pharmaceutical industry. AIDS activists and Doctors Without Borders said the United States should join the WHO and other groups in distributing cheaper generics.

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