A decade of haart the development and global impact of highly active antiretroviral therapy edited by jose m zuniga alan whiteside amin ghaziani and john g bartlett charts the clinical history of hiv from 1981 to the present day showing how it has become a disease affecting 42 million people globally over the course of 25 years. Book review a decade of haart the development and global impact of highly active antiretroviral therapy professor brian g gazzard hiv gum st stephens clinic chelsea and westminster hospital nhs foundation trust 369. A decade of haart the development and global impact of highly active antiretroviral therapy builds on a conference with a similar title that the international association of physicians in aids care organized in 2006 the objective of the book is to dquomemorialize what has become one of the most dramatic successes of medical care in the past . Zuniga jm whiteside a ghaziani a bartlett j 2009 a decade of haart the development and global impact of highly active antiretroviral therapy oxford university press oxford university press. Highly active antiretroviral therapy haart is a therapeutic intervention developed by clinicians and researchers in order to fight the hiv pandemic it has contributed to a significant reduction in aids related mortality and allowed many previously bed ridden patients to live healthier more productive lives until the advent of haart in 1996 a diagnosis of hiv infection was considered a
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