'Doctors Without Borders' Groups HIV Patients In Mozambique To Take Treatment Together

06/05/2011 02:25 pm ET | Updated Aug 05, 2011

Like many countries in sub-Saharan Africa, Mozambique has a high HIV rate, reaching nearly 20 percent among some sectors of the population. In Mozambique, the challenge is not just getting medications to the people who need them, but making sure they stay on the drugs.

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