Nearly 10 million people around the world are now on antiretroviral therapy. The WHO's aim is to get bring this figure to 15 million by 2015 and, by 2025, reach 80 per cent coverage of those then in need. Photo: APNearly 10 million people around the world are now on antiretroviral therapy. The WHO's aim is to get bring this figure to 15 million by 2015 and, by 2025, reach 80 per cent coverage of those then in need. Photo: AP
Nearly 10 million people around the world are now on antiretroviral therapy. The WHO's aim is to get bring this figure to 15 million by 2015 and, by 2025, reach 80 per cent coverage of those then in need. Photo: AP

HIV treatment should begin earlier, says UN health agency

Nearly 10 million people around the world are now on antiretroviral therapy. The WHO's aim is to get bring this figure to 15 million by 2015 and, by 2025, reach 80 per cent coverage of those then in need. Photo: APNearly 10 million people around the world are now on antiretroviral therapy. The WHO's aim is to get bring this figure to 15 million by 2015 and, by 2025, reach 80 per cent coverage of those then in need. Photo: AP
Nearly 10 million people around the world are now on antiretroviral therapy. The WHO's aim is to get bring this figure to 15 million by 2015 and, by 2025, reach 80 per cent coverage of those then in need. Photo: AP
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