19/04/2001 Drug firms gave up a landmark court battle over cheap AIDS cure
Drug companies drop lawsuit challenging AIDS drugs law
Government loses HIV drugs case, forced to distribute
Vigil over access to drugs ahead of AIDS conference
AIDS activist group to sue South African government
Activists announce legal action against government on AIDS drugs.
The 39 pharmaceutical firms contesting a South African law that could provide cheaper versions of branded Aids drugs unconditionally dropped the case. The case was seen as a landmark battle in the effort to secure medication for Africa's 26 million HIV carriers.
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