Govt to Launch Soluble ARVs for Ugandan Children Living With HIV
In an effort to encourage good adherence and viral load suppression scientists have started developing a drug that dissolves in porridge and other liquids which will be suitable for children below 10 years. A total of 93,679 children below 14 years are currently living with HIV/Aids in Uganda.
HIV-Positive Children to Take Soluble ARVs
Monitor, 10 October 2018
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