Three decades after the first reported case, HIV/AIDS remains a global public health challenge. In Kenya, an estimated 1.2 million people were living with HIV/AIDS at the end of 2012. Despite the scale up of HIV/AIDS care and treatment services in the country, characteristics of individuals enrolled for care and the continuum of care remain less well described. Amin Hassan describes the characteristics and outcomes of individuals enrolled for HIV/AIDS care in a rural HIV clinic in coastal Kenya.
A.S. Hassan, Characteristics and Outcomes of Individuals Enrolled for HIV Care in a Rural Clinic in Coastal Kenya.
Prof. T.F. Rinke de Wit
Dr J.A. Berkley (University of Oxford)
Dr E.J. Sanders (University of Oxford)
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