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Guidelines for the Use of Antiretroviral Therapy in Papua New Guinea
November 2003, 9 pp

The guideline development has been a collaborative effort between the following organisations: Papua New Guinea National AIDS Council, Papua New Guinea National Department of Health, National HIV/AIDS support project, AUSAID, World Health Organisation, UNAIDS, UNICEF, Port Moresby General Hospital, UPNG, PNG medical society, Burnet Institute.


"These guidelines were prepared for the Papua New Guinea National AIDS Council and the Papua New Guinea National Department of Health. The Guidelines are designed to ensure that antiretroviral drugs are used in Papua New Guinea in a way that will benefit both individuals and the country overall. The use of these medications will need to be regulated to ensure that the public benefit is not eroded by the development of viral resistance."

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  • WHO - World Health Organization, Scaling Up Antiretroviral Therapy in Resource-limited Settings: Treatment Guidelines for a Public Health Approach, 2003 Revision, World Health Organization, Geneva, 2004, 68 pp. [ PDF File | Details... ]