Saturday, December 29, 2007

Cost-Effectiveness of HIV Prevention in Developing Countries

This article posits that HIV prevention interventions in developing countries can reduce the incidence of HIV infection and sometimes save financial resources in the process. It also provides an overview of the basic theory underlying cost-effectiveness analysis. Although the chapter focuses on prevention, treatment and research are also indispensable to addressing the epidemic; these three tracks must be viewed as inseparable components of the overall response to the AIDS pandemic. Fulltext

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