ARVs can win HIV fight: study
The Times and the Mail&Guardian
25 February 2013
The widespread use of antiretroviral therapy could decrease the HIV infection rate to the extent that the advance of the pandemic would be reversed.
This is according to a new study by the Africa Centre for Health and Population Studies, published by the University if KwaZulu-Natal on Friday.
The therapy is said to be highly beneficial.
A recent clinical trial involved couples, one of whom was HIV-positive, the other uninfected. The trial showed that the treatment greatly reduced the likelihood that an HIV-infected individual would pass the virus onto a partner...read the full article and another related article
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