WHO on HIV: More diagnostics access, testing needed
This article was originally published in Clinica
Better access to diagnostic tests and urgently establishing existing support services, notably to increase testing, are among the top "very real challenges" for meeting the World Health Organization's "3by5" HIV/AIDS treatment targets. So warns a report published today at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting, in Davos, Switzerland.
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