Indian filmmaker documents "malice" of AIDS drugs industry

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Fire in the Blood – Dylan Mohan Gray

A film looking at the provision of AIDS drugs to the world's poorest people has been described as an intricate tale of "medicine, monopoly and malice."

In "Fire in the Blood" Indian filmmaker Dylan Mohan Gray, says that a lack of access to cheap medication has caused more than 10 million unnecessary deaths.

The film has been shown at the United Nations in Vienna, from where Mr Gray spoke to Stephanie Castro.

She began by asking him for more details about his film.

Duration: 4'13"

 

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