Forecast Insight: HIV - Increasing dominance of fixed dose combinations raises bar for single agents
- Published: June 2010
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The decision to roll-out antiretroviral treatment in the public health care facilities in South Africa was taken in November 2003. This monograph is about the experiences of patients and outcomes of treatment. It starts by discussing the theories about the Human Immuno-deficiency Virus, the medicines used against it, and goes on to describe how the study was conducted. At the core, its presents the findings, followed by their discussion and ends with some concluding remarks and recommendations.
Ntambwe Malangu is a public health specialist with over 10 years of experience in International Health, Academic Medicine, and Health Systems Research. Malangu holds a Bachelor degree in Pharmacy, a Master of Medical Sciences degree in Pharmacology, and a Doctor of Philosophy degree.