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Exciting new avenues of research and policy drive expansion of HIV treatment access, use of antiretrovirals to prevent infections and pursuit of a cure
Date:7/21/2010

maintains the long-term health of PLHIV; develop point-of-care diagnostics that allow clinicians to prescribe medications wisely; and improve health delivery systems that can efficiently provide therapy to those still in need. He said that despite the rapid scale-up of ART, the world is not moving fast enough to keep up with the pace of five new HIV infections for every two PLHIV who gain access to ART.

New WHO treatment guidelines recommend phasing out older, more toxic drugs and beginning therapy at higher CD4 counts, which increases the number of PLHIV eligible for treatment. As countries move to adopt these recommendations, equity and human rights must remain paramount to implementing a progressive and comprehensive HIV response. He concluded that the

Millennium Development Goals serve as a clear roadmap to the overall achievement of the sanctity of human dignity.


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