THE PREVENTION OF HIV/AIDS continues to be a major issue for health care providers across the globe.
British health care provider Dr Elizabeth Pisani told the SATURDAY SUN that even with the better access to care and increased resources, people were “continuing to do the wrong things”.
She said one of the reasons why people continued to do the wrongs things was that the right things were “so politically and culturally difficult to acknowledge”.
During an interview after a lunchtime lecture on How To Prevent The Spread Of HIV/AIDS – A Reality Check at the Central Bank yesterday, Pisani said concurrent partnerships were the main areas of concern. (YB)
Full story in today’s SATURDAY SUN.