New Delhi: 27th April 2012
Appreciating India's efforts in providing treatment to HIV-affected people, UNAIDS on Thursday asked it to scale up its health care services for HIV+ mothers and children. “If we want zero AIDS-related deaths, India needs a massive scale-up of treatment and care services. By 2015, we need at least 15 million people on treatment worldwide,” said UNAIDS country coordinator Charles Gilks here at a summit on “Good Practices, Innovations and Impact of National AIDS Control Programme-111”.
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