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South Africa Drugs

The court case brought by the world's pharmaceutical companies against the South African Government has been postponed until mid April. The companies are trying to block a law that allows South Africa to import generic drugs or authorize their manufacture. The postponement gives the companies time to respond to the inclusion in the case of testimony by the country's leading AIDS activists. Brenda Wilson reports from Pretoria.

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