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Background Malawi started rapid scale-up of antiretroviral therapy (ART) in 2004 and by December 2006 had initiated 81,821 patients on treatment in the public sector. Owing to capacity constraints, standard patient care, treatment initiation and follow up are based on World Health Organization...
Background Expanded access to HIV therapy in the developing world raises serious concerns regarding the potential emergence and transmission of drug-resistant HIV strains. Although HIV drug resistance surveillance is recommended to track transmitted HIV drug resistance among newly infected...
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