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  • Dual therapy inadequate for resource poor countries

    Megan Nicholson | 09 October 2001

    at the Sixth International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (6-10th October), Melbourne, Australia. The urgent need for triple combination antiretroviral therapy for HIV infection in developing countries was ...

  • Alarms Sound in Asia and the Pacific

    Julian Meldrum | 06 October 2001

    Immediately before the Sixth International Conference on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (ICAAP), in Melbourne, Australia, independent experts supported by UNAIDS met from 30 September to 2 October as ...

  • Antiretroviral therapy in Africa: what is needed?

    Keith Alcorn | 03 August 2001

    Combination therapy is feasible in resource poor countries, and models already exist for its implementation, according to two articles from international expert groups published in today's edition of The Lancet. In ...

  • UNAIDS report on the global epidemic

    Anon | 05 March 2001

    Up to six million people may have been infected with HIV last year world-wide, according to the latest projections compiled by the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS and the ...

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