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HIV/AIDS

04 February 2011

Researchers criticise Aids spending

Nearly three million lives have been saved by HIV/Aids treatment, but scarce resources are being misspent and stigma is still keeping the most vulnerable from seeking help.

Nearly three million lives have been saved by HIV/Aids treatment, but scarce resources are being misspent and stigma is still keeping the most vulnerable from seeking help, according to a new book by researchers commissioned by the UN.

The book was aimed at ensuring that "the response to Aids is systematic and effective in the long term," Dangor said. "We believe it is crucial also to our founder's legacy."

 

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