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Study finds diversity in costs, support, and implementation of recommended antiretroviral treatment monitoring

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It’s the best way to ensure antiretroviral treatment is working for those getting it, protecting their immune systems and preventing illness and transmission — and the alternative is more costly. Yet a World Health Organization published study of how frequently antiretroviral treatment programs in seven countries across the Americas check their patients’ viral loads and […]

TB Week: Integration, involvement, a “holistic” approach key to linking women and tuberculosis care

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When a week of events focusing on the worldwide impact of tuberculosis brings together a group to talk about women’s health and diplomacy, it needs to be a broad-based group, and it was. For a start, the talk at the Washington Club in Washington, DC was sponsored by The Center for Global Health and Diplomacy, […]