Stella Dubazana (L), a nurse who works with the AIDS orphans at the Cotlands Baby Sanctuary in Johannesburg, walks with 3 year old Londeka after her afternoon nap. Londeka was abandoned at birth and was found to have contracted HIV/ AIDS from her mother. With the help of Cotlands and the fact that she was taking Anti retrovirol drugs, she has managed to remain healthy and although she picks up minor infections like colds and flu, she has lived far longer than a baby who is not taking the drugs. If given to HIV positive mothers, it can reduce the rate of transfer of the virus to unborn babies.
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