May 6, 2010
Pakistan Upgrades HIV/AIDS Treatment Center
The Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) will upgrade its HIV/AIDS treatment and care center into a full department, the Daily Times reports.
The PIMS center is a part of the National AIDS Control Program (NACP), which collaborates with The Clinton Foundation on patient treatment and care.
According to the article, the PIMS HIV center has evolved as a model HIV treatment center in the country. It provides high quality out-patient and in-patient treatment, care and support, said Hasan Abbas Zaheer, MD, NACP’s national program manager.
People living with the virus can receive free counseling and antiretroviral medications through PIMS.
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