South Africa's Future AIDS Governance: A focused elite survey.

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      After Thabo Mbeki's removal as South African head of state in September 2008 the country emerged from a period of AIDS denialism, and policymakers at last embraced a biomedical response model. Nearly six years hence, the authors interviewed key members of South Africa's AIDS elite in government, civil society, as well as leading epidemiologists. This article presents this elite's opinions of South Africa's current response to the epidemic, and identifies critical decision points that will determine its future trajectory. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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