The Lancet Examines Mozambique’s Efforts To Increase Number Of People With HIV On Antiretroviral Therapy

The Lancet: HIV in Mozambique: starting, and staying on, treatment
“Mozambique is fighting to gain control of its HIV epidemic, leading with a plan to strategically enroll substantial numbers of people with HIV in treatment programs in an effort to end transmission of the virus. … Enrollment on treatment is only the first step, though, for a country with one of the 10 highest HIV prevalence rates in the world. For Mozambique to succeed in ending its epidemic, it is going to need to figure out how to keep those patients on [antiretroviral therapy (ART)]…” (Green, 1/30).

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