HIV kits scandal hits Pakistan
This article was originally published in Clinica
Pakistan's National Institute of Health (NIH) is to investigate the alleged black-market sale of HIV kits by members of its own staff, following a government audit report on the issue. The scandal has fuelled allegations that the national AIDS programme (NAP) is flawed and that incidence figures are being faked.
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