Uma rede global para a promoção dum debate aberto e objetivo sobre a política de drogas
Stop AIDS commends the UK Department for International Development on its commitments to address HIV among key populations in developing countries, and reviews areas where DFID should take further action.
This document develops core arguments for why people who inject drugs should be included in national treatment guidelines and programmes for chronic HCV infection – from both public health and human rights perspectives.
In India, State Health minister Phungzathang Tonsing urged the officials concerned of the department of AIDS Control to devise a strategy for the inclusion of Hepatitis C treatment program in the National AIDS control program.
Participants in the Staying Safe hepatitis C prevention project gave invaluable insight into life-saving protective practices. The findings could be used to make harm reduction messages much more relevant.
185 million people across the world are infected with HCV; 150 million are chronically infected. This analysis tries to determine whether the strategies employed by pharmaceutical companies would be good for access.