African Children Often Lack Available AIDS Treatment

November 24th, 2006 by bobebill

Five-year-old Anastasia Enongo lies curled like a fetus in a hospital bunk here, coughing weakly, intravenous medicine dripping into her arm. Born to a mother who died of AIDS, the girl has always been sick, her relatives said, her life a parade of doctors’ visits for fevers, coughs and diarrhea. Read complete article