Clinton Makes A Offer For AIDS Patients Former President Bill Clinton and two Indian pharmaceutical businesses have struck an contract to cut prices of HIV and Helps treatment for children, building the lifesaving drugs far more accessible worldwide. That’s according to the Clinton Base HIV/Helps Initiative, a charity set up by Mr. Clinton, which says the companies will supply drugs for HIV-positive children at prices as low as 16 cents a day, which amounts to significantly less than $60 a year generic or brand . The deal is said by The foundation will enable an additional 100,000 HIV-positive kids in 62 countries to receive treatment in 2007. Mr. Clinton was to announce the offer in a speech at a fresh Delhi children’s medical center Thursday at the start of a new national plan by the Indian government to take care of HIV-positive children.
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