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What Will HIV Treatment Look Like in 5 Years?

March 21, 2014


Polly Clayden

More of the Same

"For the populations that I'm particularly interested in, people with very little money in lower-middle income countries, I'm fearful that the landscape is going to look very similar to how it does now, because I don't think that we're progressing fast enough -- and often for reasons that are not to do with science or medicine, like regulatory issues, pricing, or having not done the right piece of research as the drug was being developed to enable it to be used in people like women. So I think it's going to look much the same."

-- Polly Clayden, Treatment Activist, HIV i-Base, London, U.K.

This article was provided by It is a part of the publication The 21st Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI 2014).


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