Viewpoint: The Brazilian HIV/AIDS ‘success story’– can others do it?

@article{OliveiraCruz2004ViewpointTB,
  title={Viewpoint: The Brazilian HIV/AIDS ‘success story’– can others do it?},
  author={V. Oliveira-Cruz and J. Kowalski and B. McPake},
  journal={Tropical Medicine \& International Health},
  year={2004},
  volume={9}
}
Discussions on the use of anti-retroviral drugs (ARVs) in developing countries have in the past focused on the limitations caused by the high cost of the drugs and by the lack of health system capacity to adequately deliver and make use of them. An additional concern has been the risk of increasing resistance to ARVs if there were widespread inappropriate administration and lack of monitoring. Lately however including at the 2002 International AIDS Conference in Barcelona there have been… Expand
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