Monday 19 September 2022

HIV Infection a Social and a Healthcare Problem

 HIV infection invariably attracts the attention of medical staff in complex medical specialties. To achieve the goal of elimination by 2020, various approaches are required, including the establishment of prevention, diagnosis, monitoring, treatment, control measures. These should be supported by statistical studies that report on restricted or extended geographical areas, to the level of social class and age. Such an approach, combing the medical and social science perspectives (medicosocial) can prove useful for developing control measures. Due to the complexity of this immunodeficiency pathology, the condition also attracts comorbidities (most notably tuberculosis). Hence, prospective strategies need to be developed and oriented towards the goal of eradicating HIV infection. This paper presents strategies for consideration.




Chesca, A. and Sandle, T. (2022) HIV Infection a Social and a Healthcare Problem, Preprints 2022, 2022020061 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202202.0061.v1)


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