sexta-feira, 25 de julho de 2008

Novamente, para os adeptos da "falência da saúde pública"

Hoje, no editorial do The Lancet : Nevertheless, Latin America has a much better infrastructure than Africa and a record of large publichealth successes. Brazil, with its courageous drug policies, has made universal access to antiretroviral drugs a reality. Since the 1990s, the number of Brazilians dying from AIDS-related illnesses has fallen by 50%. The antiretroviral programme currently reaches 80% of the infected population, which is similar to the coverage in wealthier, more developed nations.

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