Increasing Children's Access to HIV Treatment
Thirty years into the HIV epidemic, children continue to be left behind when it comes to treatment of HIV. Despite the fact that children represent 1 out of every 7 new HIV infections, the rate of children diagnosed, enrolled, and retained in HIV treatment is lagging far behind that for adults. The IPU-EGPAF brief draws attention to the sometime gross treatment disparities between adults and children and recommends the parliamentary actions that have the potential to remedy the problem.
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