Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Examines Initiatives To Train Nurses, Care for HIV-Positive People in Africa
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Saturday examined efforts to train health care workers and provide antiretroviral medications to HIV-positive people in sub-Saharan Africa, where AIDS "has long had its worst impact." Although "Africa and its problems seemed remote," more individuals, organizations and governments are doing more to help bring "limited quantities of life-saving AIDS drugs" to the continent, "in what amounts to the biggest public health experiment in history," according to the Journal Sentinel (Marchione, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 3/13). The complete article is available online.This is part of the KHN Morning Briefing, a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations. Sign up for an email subscription.