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Feasibility Assessment of Using Antiretroviral Therapy to Prevent Vertical Transmission of HIV From Mother to Child in Cambodia
World Health Organization Regional Office for the Western Pacific, November 1999, 33 pp
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"The Consultant went to Cambodia from Nov. 29th to Dec. 13th 1999 in the framework of a WHO Mission in order: To undertake a feasibility assessment of the possibility of using antiretroviral therapy (ARV) to prevent vertical transmission (from mother to child) of HIV in Cambodia on a limited scale (e.g. some hospitals or MCH centers) or larger scale (Provincial or National). This study will include assessments of the operational and resource requirements of such an intervention; operational feasibility; cost-effectiveness; potential impact of such programs on reducing financial, human and other resources available for primary prevention and the likely sustainability requirements for this intervention."

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