Life expectancy in South Africa has increased significantly in recent years.

Author:Gajewski, Karen Ann
Position:WORTH NOTING - Brief article
 
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Life expectancy in South Africa has increased significantly in recent years: from an average of 52.2 years a decade ago to 61.2 years in 2014 (by gender it's now 59.1 years for men and 63.1 for women). This gain is credited to increased access to antiretroviral drugs--South Africa has the largest ARV program in the world, serving 2.5 million people. Officials estimate...

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