Early HIV Treatment Makes Economic Sense
Early access to antiretroviral treatment for people living with HIV/Aids in Africa may prove to have a myriad of economic benefits, researchers say.
A large red ribbon is mounted on the façade of the UN Human Rights Office's Palais Wilson in Geneva, Switzerland.
HIV-positive people in South Africa will be able to access antiretroviral sooner after the government raised the CD4 count necessary to access treatment. But some warn the victory ... Read more »
Beginning early treatment of HIV-infected people who are living in partnership with an uninfected person has shown a 96 percent reduction in risk of transmission, according to a ... Read more »