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Topic - Mark Heywood
Only an estimated 1.2 million people are receiving medication at public facilities, with another million or more going untreated, said Mark Heywood, deputy chairman of South Africa's National AIDS Council.
Heywood said he supports the call for better wages that has led nurses and doctors as well as teachers, court clerks and other government workers to strike.