Should African governments downgrade HIV/Aids?
The UNAIDS Deputy Executive Director, Paul De Lay, says they are concerned about the long-term sustainability of access to affordable HIV treatment and wants governments to step up efforts to ensure more people have access to medicines.
Critics,however argue that HIV/ Aids has stabilised in most regions and prioritising its funding is hurting other public health issues.
One blogger has written ''the Aids industry is now booming and more people are making a living from HIV than actually dying from it.''
Do you agree? What is the situation in your country? Does HIV/Aids take a huge chunk of your health budget? How does funding for other health issues compare?
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