Harvard School of Public Health Fights AIDS in Tanzania

The Harvard School of Public Health in conjunction with the Tanzanian government has opened a new clinic in Dar es Salaam for AIDS patients. The new facility is for patients who have not benefited from initial drug treatments that are routinely given to patients with HIV/AIDS.

The new center will house up to 3,000 patients who will be given a new regimen of drugs that require close monitoring and strict adherence to a dosage schedule.

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