High prices, lack of equipment hampering AIDS diagnosis
This article was originally published in Clinica
The lack of an effective, reliable supply of diagnostics is at the heart of the global war on AIDS. This is irrespective of the huge increases in funding being made available by governments and charitable organisations alike, as the epidemic continues to outrun incidence predictions.
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