The National Forum of People Living with HIV, comprised of a group of HIV/AIDS activists in Uganda, has started a “no HIV drugs, no vote” campaign ahead of the country’s 2011 general elections, the Daily Monitor reports. The group says it will not vote for any candidate who does not have a plan to combat HIV/AIDS. The group plans to make political candidates prioritize HIV/AIDS treatment by signing a commitment form confirming their support. The group also seeks increased HIV/AIDS funding.

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