Russia Should Expand HIV Treatment Programs To Prevent Further Epidemic Growth, Nation’s Health Minister Says

Moscow Times: Health Minister Warns Russia’s HIV Epidemic Could Spiral Out of Control
“Russia’s HIV epidemic could spiral out of control by the end of the decade if treatment for the life-threatening virus is not expanded, the nation’s health minister warned Friday, the TASS news agency reported. Proclaimed government support in Russia for controlling HIV’s spread and treating those infected is notoriously ineffective…” (Bodner, 10/25).

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