Shifting paradigms: How the fight for 'universal access to AIDS treatment and prevention' supports achieving 'comprehensive primary health care for all'

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In a recent issue of Globalization and Health, Yu et al. examine the impact of HIV/AIDS programs on health care systems. This editorial considers their position and confirms that the former actually supports the latter aim; the two approaches are not at odds with one another, but could be viewed as complementary. A key requirement towards meeting both objectives is to ensure sustained international aid. © 2008 Ooms; licensee BioMed Central Ltd.

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Ooms, G. (2008, November 18). Shifting paradigms: How the fight for “universal access to AIDS treatment and prevention” supports achieving “comprehensive primary health care for all.” Globalization and Health. https://doi.org/10.1186/1744-8603-4-11

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