PLoS Med 4 : E298.Click here for access to the published articles.Contact: Sydney Rose Boston University Center for International Health and Development 85 East Concord St. MA 02118 United States of AmericaAbout PLoS MedicinePLoS Medicine is an open access, freely available international medical journal. It publishes original research that enhances our understanding of human health and disease, together with commentary and analysis of important global health issues. For more information, visit.. ###Citation: Rosen S, Gill CJ Patient retention in antiretroviral therapy programs in sub-Saharan Africa: A systematic review.
They found that 77.5 percent on treatment on treatment after an average period of 9.9 months. Of the patients not on treatment was almost half died and half had lost contact with the clinics for undetermined reasons. The average retention rate after two years was estimated at 61.6 percent, but individual programs ranged widely, between 46 percent and 85 percent.. Within two years many in Africa Discontinueddie More than a third of patients, the HIV drugs in Africa, or discontinue their treatment within two years, according to a study published in PLoS Medicine.Identified Boston University researcher Sydney Rosen analyzed analyzed scientific reports in the last 7 years, the details of adult patients who received antiviral therapy was continued in 13 sub-Saharan African countries.Tudor recommend plurality stand firm and faithful advice to remain healthy the season:.
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