Five complementary interventions to slow cholera: Haiti

  title={Five complementary interventions to slow cholera: Haiti},
  author={L. Ivers and P. Farmer and C. P. Almazor and F. Leandre},
  journal={The Lancet},
This year, Haiti might have marked World AIDS Day on Dec 1 with some degree of celebration: as chroniclers of the pandemic have noted, Haiti helped lead the way towards an integrated AIDS prevention and care model that was adopted in many resource-poor settings when funding from new mechanisms became available. The size of Haiti’s AIDS epidemic has been halved over the past 15 years; AIDS-related stigma was reduced when treatment became available; and, in some settings, a signifi cant fraction… Expand
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