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AbstractIn 2003 the NGO Médecins sans Frontières started an anti-viral drug treatment program for HIV/AIDS patients in the regional hospital of Kompong Cham, Cambodia. In 2005 a total of 1100 adults and 149 children were on the active list. Sixty percent of new patients were at WHO stages 3 or 4. Compliance with HAART was high after 24 months. Access to second-line regimens is discussed.
- Positive outcomes of HAART at 24 months in HIV-infected patients in Cambodia.
- Authors: Ferradini L, Laureillard D, Prak N, Ngeth C, Fernandez M, Pinoges L, Puertas G, Taburet AM, Ly N, Rouzioux C, Balkan S, Quillet C, Delfraissy JF
- Issue date: 2007 Nov 12
- Highly active antiretroviral therapy in resource-poor settings: the experience of Médecins Sans Frontières.
- Authors: Tassie JM, Szumilin E, Calmy A, Goemaere E, Médecins Sans Frontières.
- Issue date: 2003 Sep 5
- Effectiveness of highly active antiretroviral therapy in HIV-positive children: evaluation at 12 months in a routine program in Cambodia.
- Authors: Janssens B, Raleigh B, Soeung S, Akao K, Te V, Gupta J, Vun MC, Ford N, Nouhin J, Nerrienet E
- Issue date: 2007 Nov
- Tuberculosis after HAART initiation in HIV-positive patients from five countries with a high tuberculosis burden.
- Authors: Bonnet MM, Pinoges LL, Varaine FF, Oberhauser BB, O'Brien DD, Kebede YY, Hewison CC, Zachariah RR, Ferradini LL
- Issue date: 2006 Jun 12
- Second-line antiretroviral therapy in resource-limited settings: the experience of Médecins Sans Frontières.
- Authors: Pujades-Rodríguez M, O'Brien D, Humblet P, Calmy A
- Issue date: 2008 Jul 11