September 20, 2010

Better drugs, administered sooner to HIV/AIDS patients is better for all parties involved; but donors are focused on short-term costs.

Part Two of a three-part series on the consequences of international donors' retreat from funding HIV/AIDS treatment in developing countries.

Better treatment now: The WHO now recommends starting treatment earlier, and with better drugs. International donors are focusing on how much these changes would cost in the short-term, but they should be contemplating the long-term effects.

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