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Mon, 11th Oct 2010

HIV Treatment in Rural Africa

HIV Viruses (c) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Sixty percent of all HIV sufferers in the world live in rural Africa, but practical and economic obstacles can prevent many of these people from accessing the anti-retroviral drugs that they desperately need.  A recent clinical trial investigated this problem to try and improve HIV treatment in rural Africa.  Julia Graham speaks to Diana Gibb from the MRC’s Clinical Trials Unit in London to find out more...

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