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    ...News that the HIV Bill has been approved by the cabinet is to be welcomed. The government, and in particular Arun Jaitley, deserve kudos for getting it to this stage. Hopefully, it will be passed by Parliament in the coming winter session with the support of all parties, it being non-partisan from the beginning. Some changes were made by the government to the last draft that was made public on demand of the People Living With HIV (PLHIV) community. First, the amendment made by the government to the draft Bill included the provision to the effect that Anti Retroviral Treatment (ART) would be available to PLHIV “as far as possible.” We know the government understood the fallacy of that expression and deleted the same. The Bill now provides that treatment would be provided to all PLHIV as needed. ...

    Indian Express on Oct. 12, 2016, 12:02 a.m.

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    ...News that the HIV Bill has been approved by the cabinet is to be welcomed. The government, and in particular Arun Jaitley, deserve kudos for getting it to this stage. Hopefully, it will be passed by Parliament in the coming winter session with the support of all parties, it being non-partisan from the beginning. Some changes were made by the government to the last draft that was made public on demand of the People Living With HIV (PLHIV) community. First, the amendment made by the government to the draft Bill included the provision to the effect that Anti Retroviral Treatment (ART) would be available to PLHIV “as far as possible.” We know the government understood the fallacy of that expression and deleted the same. The Bill now provides that treatment would be provided to all PLHIV as needed. ...

    Indian Express on Oct. 12, 2016, 12:02 a.m.