Implications for a policy of initiating antiretroviral therapy in people diagnosed with human immunodeficiency virus: the CAPRA research programme

Source:
NIHR Journals Library - Programme Grants for Applied Research
Publisher:
NIHR Journals Library – Programme Grants for Applied Research
Publication date:
14 November 2017

Abstract

This research programme found that a policy of initiating antiretroviral therapy at diagnosis of men who have sex with men would reduce new cases of HIV infection and have an incremental cost-effectiveness ratio of £20,000 per QALY.

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