Success hinges on support for treatment

Hale, Peter
July 2001
Nature;7/19/2001, Vol. 412 Issue 6844, p272
Academic Journal
Focuses on the debate about setting priorities between the prevention and treatment of HIV. Measures taken for the prevention and treatment of AIDS; Position of Africans if they were to choose between prevention and treatment; Myths about HIV care.


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