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Tiny packet is making a big—and growing—dent in childhood HIV

03:42 EDT 9 Aug 2017 | Medical Xpress

Developed in 2008, the Pratt Pouch—a ketchup packet-like pouch of antiretroviral drugs—has already saved thousands of lives in Ecuador, Zambia and Tanzania. And now, its reach is expanding in Ecuador and a new initiative will bring the pouch to Uganda.

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