About 70 percent of Haitians in treatment for HIV/AIDS lives over 10 years

A new research that just came out would confirms that it is no longer a death sentence for Haitians living with HIV/AIDS.

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Fight against AIDS in Haiti Succeeding

According to a research published in The New England Journal of Medicine, ten years after a free treatment program was introduced in Haiti for people infected with the HIV/AIDS virus, close to two third of the patients enrolled in the treatment were still alive. Out of 910 patients recruted at a Port-au-prince clinic, between 63 percent and 71 percent of them had survived 10 years.

The study found that the surviving rate in Haiti was similar to the rate found among gay men in the US who started antiretroviral triple therapy in the late 1990s

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