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Post-Ebola, Liberia Struggling to Rebuild HIV Care

The Ebola virus killed about 4,800 people in Liberia but the epidemic had other victims as well.  Clinics and health services around the country shut down during the crisis as fear of Ebola transmission pushed people to stay home, creating a serious setback for the country’s fight against HIV/AIDS. Now, efforts are underway to get HIV treatment programs back on track. One recent morning HIV patients were receiving treatment at a local Monrovia hospital. But some were missing. The...

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