Practical Reviews

Providing HAART Blurs Lines Between Treatment, Prevention

In the 1980s and 1990s, the AIDS epidemic emerged, which proved to be a watershed moment in the history of global health that caused important shifts in the global health agenda. It was nothing short of miraculous how rapidly modern medical science determined the cause of AIDS and developed effective treatments. However, the cost of antiretroviral therapy made it inaccessible to most of the world’s patients with AIDS in developing countries. This prohibitive cost led some to advoca more...
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