MSF Calls On Global Community To Address Barriers To HIV Treatment Access In West, Central Africa

Médecins Sans Frontières: HIV: Delivering differently to reach people living with HIV in West and Central Africa
MSF International Medical Secretary Mercedes Tatay writes, “This week, researchers, policymakers, clinicians, and activists involved in the HIV response will attend ICASA 2017, in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire. Being at the heart of West and Central Africa, there is no better place for me and my medical colleagues at MSF to call out some of the main reasons preventing millions of people in the region from getting lifesaving HIV treatment. These must be addressed for this year’s theme of ‘delivering differently’ to be realized. Otherwise, we will simply not reach the four million people in the region still undiagnosed and untreated for the disease…” (12/4).

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