WHO on Rx of HIV 2013

People access HIV treatment, care and prevention through the gateway of HIV testing and counselling. It is currently estimated globally that about half of the people living with HIV do not know their HIV status. The people who do know often test late, and poor linkages from HIV testing and counselling to care – including failure to assess rapidly for ART eligibility – mean that many people start treatment when they are already significantly immunocompromised, resulting in poor health outcomes and ongoing HIV transmission. The overall HIV testing and counselling goal for a national HIV programme should be to identify as many people living with HIV as early as possible after acquiring HIV infection, and link them appropriately and in a timely manner to prevention,...

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1. Our HIV policy

2. Epidermics of HIV in Africa

3. HIV and infant feeding

4. HIV control at home. living with HIV

5. HIV in Pregnancy

6. HIV operational plan 2013

7. HIV preexposure prophylaxis

8. HIV Prevention in healthcare workers

9. HIV RX for adults

10. HIV RX in children

11. HIV RX in couples

12. HIV virus and transmission

13. Prevention of HIV in the general public

14. Rx of pregnant women

15. WHO on Rx of HIV 2013

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