Treatment 2.0 Factsheets

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ITPC Global

This factsheet presents questions and answers about "Treatment 2.0" - a new approach to HIV treatment. It is hoped that by treating HIV in this new way, there will be a dramatic increase in ARV coverage not only to save lives and
meet Universal Access goals, but as a strategy to significantly reduce new HIV infections.

Treatment 2.0 is also called Treatment as Prevention, and the factsheet explains that when a high percentage of an HIV-infected population is on ARV treatment in a city or a cohort, HIV infection rates drop significantly in that population. This seems to imply that ARV drugs could be a powerful prevention tool at the population level.

The main goals of Treatment 2.0 are:

  • Increase HIV treatment access
  • Simplify treatment delivery
  • Lower HIV infection rates
  • Reduce costs of HIV care
  • Strengthen communities to engage in health services
  • Protect human rights

  
 
 
 

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