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The Aids Programme In Zambia Reported As A Success

Leaders of the AIDS treatment program in Lusaka, Zambia, have explained that the programme is working well and has saved many lives in its first two years.//

The leaders made their report on Sunday at the opening of the 16th International AIDS Conference in Toronto. They explained that their new approach has proved the general thought that it is simply not possible to provide sophisticated AIDS care to patients in the poorest of countries wrong.

Dr. Jeff Stringer of the University of Alabama at Birmingham told at the conference, that contrary to predictions by many, patients took their pills regularly, came to clinics for follow-up checks and have survived. Further explaining that the survival rates could be compare to those seen in the developed world, Stringer said, 'The majority of patients that we started on therapy, had they not gained access, would have died.'

He explained that his team had treated more than 16,000 patients for around 18 months between April 2004 and November 2005, had had tested their blood, giving them the drug cocktails that could suppress the AIDS virus. He said, 'We use any drugs we can get our hands on.' The doctors had obtained their funding from the U.S. government, the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, the Global Fund for AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria and the Zambian government.

They explained that initially they saw an estimated 21,755 patients at clinics in Lusaka, which is the densely populated Zambian capital where an estimated 22% of adults are reportedly infected with HIV. They further explained that among those, around 16,000 were given HIV drugs, while 5,500 were considered not ready for different reasons but were watched closely.

Stringer reported at the conference that among those who were treated, 1,142 died and 3,400 did not return for appointments, and as of November, 11,591 were alive. Of those not treated, 192 died, 2,149 are alive and the rest coul
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