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
Parents will soon find it easier to give antiretroviral (ARV) drugs to children below 10 years as scientists have started developing the drug that can be soluble in porridge and… Read more »
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