Print edition : November 01, 2013

Dylan Mohan Gray. Photo: Sunhil Sippy

Asanda Ngobo, HIV-positive, takes antiretroviral medication as her mother looks on, in Khayelitsha, Western Cape, South Africa. A still from the film. Photo: Ruvan Boshoff/Sparkwater India

Lisa Kalolo, HIV-positive and on antiretroviral medication, in Mfuleni, Western Cape. A still from the film. Photo: Ruvan Boshoff/Sparkwater India

Dylan Gray: "Ten to 12 million people in the Global South died completely unnecessarily because of the blockade of AIDS medicine that we describe and deconstruct in 'Fire in the Blood'." Photo: Kaytee Riek

Dylan Gray: "The multinational pharma industry uses its immense political and economic power to influence Western governments, above all those of the United States and the European Union [E.U.], to obstruct and eliminate supplies of affordable medicine it perceives as threatening its astronomical profit margins." Photo: Treatment Action Campaign

A woman comforts her terminally ill husband in the AIDS/TB ward of a hospital in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Photo: Zoriah/www.zoriah.com

Elisabeth, a patient at Sparrow Village HIV/AIDS Hospice, South Africa. Photo: Jonnek Jonneksson

Interview with Dylan Mohan Gray, director of the documentary film Fire in the Blood.
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