U.S. Military Opens Vietnam Office In Anti-HIV/AIDS Effort
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
The U.S. Pentagon has opened an office in Hanoi to help coordinate the President's Emergency Program for AIDS Relief, which includes a provision for antiretroviral drugs. The $88 million PEPFAR program in Vietnam is part of a global focus on 15 countries considered vulnerable to a spread of HIV/AIDS. The Pentagon is tying with the People's Army of Vietnam and its Military Institute for Hygiene and Epidemiology to make sure it has ARV programs and a full range of laboratory services in place. (Click here for more
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