Drug Wars: South Africa’s Embattled Mother-to-Child Transmission Prevention Policy

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Title: Drug Wars: South Africa’s Embattled Mother-to-Child Transmission Prevention Policy
Author: Kim, Anne
Abstract: The government of post-apartheid South Africa refused to dispense antivirals to HIV-infected mothers to prevent transmission of the disease to their children. This paper examines the logic of that policy in the context of the African National Congress' long experience resisting apartheid.
Description: International Studies Qualifying Paper, Professor Mary Callahan. 2006 Library Research Award for Undergraduates winner.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1773/2629

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