Hamis A Msangeni

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Scaling up of Antiretroviral (ARV) drugs is crucial and should be a perpetual venture in developing countries in-order to increase the survival period of HIV/AIDS individuals. In Tanzania, information on the rate of patients considered as lost to follow up during treatment with ARVs is scarce. The objective of this study was to determine the rate of lost to(More)
A study on community knowledge, attitudes and perception on malaria and its management was conducted in Mpwapwa district of central Tanzania in January-February 2001. Six villages, three with health facilities (Kibakwe, Makose and Mwanawota) and three without health facilities (Chogola, Kidenge and Wangi) lying between 975 and 1859 m above sea level were(More)
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