Unitaid Launches $20M Initiative To Avert Preventable Deaths Among People With Advanced HIV

Unitaid: Unitaid launches initiative to avert deaths from advanced HIV
“Unitaid is investing US$ 20 million in measures to avert hundreds of thousands of preventable deaths among people with advanced HIV. The initiative seeks to forge a more effective global response to diagnosing and treating people whose immune systems are so weakened by HIV that they are at risk of infection by other life-threatening diseases. The grant, to be implemented by Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), will help make new, WHO-recommended medicines and testing tools affordable and available in lower-income countries…” (1/25).

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