MSF Film Series Shows Group’s Strategies For Community-Based HIV/AIDS Care

On Monday, Médecins Sans Frontières “launche[d] a film series titled See What We See to counterbalance rhetoric presenting progress as all-pervasive and the fight against HIV/AIDS as almost won,” an MSF press release states. “The See What We See films reveal what MSF medical staff witness and also highlight proven strategies for community-based care that puts more people on treatment earlier and helps them adhere to treatment in the long-term,” according to the press release (11/25).

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