Impact and programmatic implications of routine viral load monitoring in Swaziland
Parker, Lucy Anne
van Grievensen, Johan
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AbstractTo assess the programmatic quality (coverage of testing, counselling and retesting), cost, and outcomes (viral suppression, treatment decisions), of routine viral load (VL) monitoring in Swaziland.
PublisherLippincott Williams & Wilkins
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