New UN Framework on HIV/AIDS Treatment Seeks to Give 15 Million People Access to ART by 2015
July 15, 2013
"The United Nations [on Saturday] launched a new framework which seeks to give 15 million people with HIV/AIDS access to antiretroviral treatment by the year 2015," the UN News Centre reports. "The framework [.pdf], titled Treatment 2015, offers countries and partners practical and innovative ways to increase the number of people accessing antiretroviral medicines that will enable those living with HIV to live longer and healthier lives, as well as help prevent new infections," the news service writes (7/13). "Developed in consultation with a range of stakeholders, Treatment 2015 takes into account the new consolidated guidelines on the use of antiretroviral drugs for treating and preventing HIV infectionView Full Article
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