WHO Approves Viral Load Test, Boosting Uganda's HIV/Aids Fight

Uganda has partnered with U.S. based company Abbott to deploy different diagnostic tools. Among them is the m-PIMA HIV-1/2 VL, a portable molecular point-of-care viral load diagnostic test that officials in Uganda say will make the objective to end HIV/Aids by 2030 easier to achieve. 

Blood samples to test viral load (file photo).

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