HIV treatment in South Africa is still a struggle

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A pharmacist shows Anti-Retroviral Drugs (ARV's)
A pharmacist shows Anti-Retroviral Drugs (ARV's) AFP PHOTO/Stuart Price

Since South Africa hosted its first AIDS conference in Durban in 2000, the country has made huge gains in supplying ARVs - the important drugs that help people treat HIV and AIDS. But today South Africa still has seven million people who are HIV-positive. Correspondent Hanna McNeish reports from Durban about the on-going fight to have HIV-treatment available to everyone.