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India's battle with AIDS/HIV

Murgesh_voicesSandeep Junnarkar and photographer Srinivas Kuruganti are working on a grass roots project to document the condition of and AIDS patients. Activists are concerned that changes to the patent laws governing the production of generic versions of anti-aids drugs in India may have adversely affected the treatment that is available in the country. The project has already yielded some startling interviews with HIV patients whose stories might otherwise go untold. This podcast features a conversation with Sandeep and Srinivas recorded via Skype from an internet cafe in Hyderabad.

A version of this interview will air on BBC Radio Five Live's Pods and Blogs segment 0200-0300bst Tuesday  or if you aren't a night owl you can listen on archive here (this interview will be archived Wednesday - link currently goes to last week's show)

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July 16, 2005 in podcasts | Permalink


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