//BBC’s Claudia Hammond on HIV/AIDS in South Africa

BBC’s Claudia Hammond on HIV/AIDS in South Africa

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Reporting on HIV/AIDS in Khayelitsha, a province of Cape Town, on the Western Cape of South Africa

via BBC World Service – Find A Programme – Health Check.

In this piece, Hammond gives a fascinating insight into the real impact of HIV/AIDS in South Africa, and along the way meets many encouraging people who are trying to make a difference. In particular, the link between immuno-suppressed HIV/AIDS patients and tuberculosis is explored, with attention on the difficulties of obtaining patient compliance with complicated medication schemes that TB and HIV/AIDS demands. More a story of hope than anything else, but the scale of the problem cannot be underestimated.


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Dr SIMON ANGUS is a computational and complexity scientist and member of the Department of Economics, Monash University. With a background across the physical and social sciences, he has diverse interests including complex systems science, data-science, networks, systems biology, evolutionary game theory and the study of technology.