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Why you may want to meet Ukrainian women

Many things have changed in Ukraine since 1990s, but not the unbelievable number of sexy and beautiful Ukrainian women here. It is not exaggeration!!

Time for task-shifting: 
999 days to close the HIV/AIDS treatment gap


Nurse-initiated and managed ART and other interventions can help meet 
South Africa's national HIV/AIDS care and treatment goals


At the IV South Africa AIDS Conference, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), Reproductive Health and HIV Research Unit (RHRU) of University of Witwatersrand, the Southern African HIV Clinicians Society, and Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) called upon government to urgently implement expanded roles for health care workers in the delivery of comprehensive HIV/AIDS services through task-shifting, in order to achieve the treatment targets set forth in the South African National Strategic Plan (NSP) for HIV/AIDS 2007-2011.

 


The NSP calls for decentralisation of comprehensive HIV/AIDS services to the primary health care level, a larger role for nurses in the provision of life-saving antiretroviral therapy (ART), and ART coverage for 80% of people in urgent clinical need. At the close of the AIDS conference taking place in Durban, there were 999 days until the NSP targets are supposed to be met. 

 



AIDS Law Project statement: Defend ethical doctors from unethical politicians

AIDS Law Project Press Statement, 9 May 2008, For Immediate Release

DEFEND ETHICAL DOCTORS FROM UNETHICAL POLITICIANS
DR MALCOLM NAUDE GOES TO LABOUR COURT TO CHALLENGE DISMISSAL IN 2001 FOR PROVIDING ARVs TO RAPE SURVIVORS

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