$10 million from Bill Clinton to fight AIDS Former U.S. President Bill Clinton announced this week that his basis will donate $10 million towards treatment for children with AIDS in the developing world. This will enable AIDS drugs, known as antiretroviral treatment, or Artwork, and technical assist with be sent to 10,000 children in at least 10 countries by the end of the year. India-based drug business Cipla will make the paediatric AIDS medication available at half the normal cost making the Helps drugs available for as little as $140 a calendar year. Clinton says treatment and treatment will now be available and less expensive in the developing world and the initiative that will concentrate on rural areas, will double the real number of HIV-infected children being treated in developing countries besides Thailand and Brazil.Cassell, Eli Lilly & Co., Indianapolis, INRelated StoriesResearchers use cutting edge genomic methods to explain protective ramifications of malaria vaccine candidateCombatting viral and bacterial lung attacks with volatile anesthetics: an interview with Dr ChakravarthyTGen experts join international scientists in discovering how malaria protein could some day help stop cancerThe aim of the symposium was to illustrate how industry/public sector collaborations help to bridge what Dr. Earl calls an 'technology gap' for new remedies for infectious illnesses of poverty. 'Historically, most global health products lacked a profitable marketplace that would justify investing the millions of dollars needed to develop new medications,' he explained.