The Atlantic Examines Challenges Related To HIV Testing, Prevention, Drug Adherence In South Africa

The Atlantic: Why People Don’t Take Lifesaving Medications
“…The world over, humans are rather bad at acknowledging we have a disease and taking medications regularly to treat it. This is apparently true even when the disease is one of the worst ones ever, AIDS, and if the medications save us from it…” (Khazan, 3/27).

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