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Increasing Patient Access to Antiretrovirals: Recommended Actions for a More Efficient Global Supply Chain

Despite sustained efforts by the global HIV/AIDS community and undeniable recent successes in financing antiretroviral treatment for AIDS in low- and middle-income countries, access to such treatment remains limited in many parts of the world. The causes are complex: often they include a lack of health system infrastructure, a shortage of healthcare workers, a lack of affordable treatment, and other social and behavioral factors. A main cause, however, is the lack of an effective and efficient antiretroviral supply chain.

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