HIV Treatment Model Delivering ARVs To Patients In Zimbabwe Could Help Expand Access In Poor Nations

Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting/Science: HIV/AIDS care for all — on a budget
“…The [positive results of an ‘alternative delivery model’ for antiretroviral (ARV) drugs are] good news for efforts to lower the cost of HIV treatment, so that poor countries like Zimbabwe can come closer to achieving a new goal: universal treatment for HIV. ‘The paradigm should be services going to people, and today, most people are going to services,’ Michel SidibĂ©, head of the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, told Science…” (Cohen, 12/11).

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