Myanmar Pledges To Provide Free ARVs To Nearly All Its HIV-Positive Patients By 2016
Radio Free Asia: Myanmar to Provide Free Treatment to Half of HIV/AIDS Patients by 2016
“…Health Minister Than Aung told reporters in the capital Naypyidaw on Monday that the government would spend around U.S. $5 million next year on antiretroviral therapy (ART) for nearly all of the people affected with HIV/AIDS in Myanmar that are not already receiving the treatment…” (Toe et al., 12/3).
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