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Posted on: 09 August 2012 | Photo of the Week
The Global Fund finances treatment for HIV and opportunistic infections as well efforts to strengthen home-based care. In Malawi for example, a health worker visits a home-bound patient facing several health challenges at once: She is HIV-positive and infected with TB, but beyond that she also has cancer. As for now she is unable to walk, the health worker’s regular visits are both comforting and important for her health care needs.
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