Researchers at the Africa Health Research Institute are conducting a new long-term study in one of the global epicentres of the HIV/Aids pandemic, at Hlabisa on the KwaZulu-Natal North Coast.
New research at Hlabisa in northern KwaZulu-Natal an area globally known for its high prevalence of HIV/Aids aims to provide answers on how HIV and Tuberculosis interact with non-communicable diseases to cause mortality.
The Eastern Cape government aims to reduce HIV/AIDS infections and trace patients who have defaulted on their treatment.
Stop Stockouts Project, which monitors and reports on medicine shortages, says they’re concerned that there’s also a shortage of other lifesaving medication supplies at state health facilities.
Sanac says It has also shown that men, contribute to the high number of HIV infections in young girls and women through the sugar daddy and blesser phenomena.