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Scaling Up Antiretroviral Therapy in Resource-limited Settings: Treatment Guidelines for a Public Health Approach
Description of Work
2003 Revision
World Health Organization, Geneva, 2004, 68 pp
92 4 154570 4

Reproduced with WHO's kind permission.


"The topics addressed in these treatment guidelines include when to start ART, which antiretroviral regimens to start, reasons for changing ART, and what regimens to continue if treatment needs to be changed. It also addresses how treatment should be monitored, with specific reference to the side effects of ART, and makes specific recommendations for certain patient subgroups."

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