No More Drug Shortages

Posted on: 14 February 2013 | Photo of the Week

No More Drug Shortages

St Peter’s Hospital, Addis Ababa. These two women are being treated for multidrug-resistant tuberculosis. Thanks to support from the Global Fund, the two-year treatment program is provided free of charge, and drug shortages, which once were frequent, are now nonexistent. Since the start of the program, more than 500 patients have been successfully treated at this facility alone.

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Copyright: The Global Fund / John Rae.

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