Uganda Faces Anti-retroviral Treatment Shortage as HIV Prevalence Rises
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Contributed Date: May 30 2012 at 13:28
 
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Women make up nearly 60 percent of people living with HIV in Uganda. Many attribute their lives to free anti-retroviral treatment provided by the government and international funding. But amidst a funding crunch and a rise in infections here, more people say they have not been able to access treatment...
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Author: Apophia AgiresaasiYear: 2012
 
Terms & Tags: News story, Women, People Living With HIV or AIDS, Uganda , East Africa, Access to medicines, Accessing Treatment, Care, Support, or Prevention,
 
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