DONNA: I don't feel that I've honed in on this.
JOSH: A lot of people in Africa have HIV.
JOSH: American companies hold the patents on the medicines they need.
JOSH: Most people in most African countries can't afford to buy the drugs at these prices, so they buy them on the black market.
DONNA: In violation of U.S. patents and international treaties.
DONNA: How prohibitively priced are the drugs?
JOSH: It costs about 150 bucks a week.
DONNA: Well, that's not totally off the charts.
JOSH: A police officer in Kenya makes 43 dollars a month.
DONNA: Do good in there.