Wednesday, November 26, 2003


As always, on matters of public health policy, Helena brings insightful analysis to bear.

Here's where the debate comes in: selective phc can theoretically be more cost effective in targeting specific problems, like HIV/AIDS patients, but it's inherent narrowness precludes investment in more sustainable comprehensive care that could potentially be more effective at monitoring AIDS patients.

Read on for the complete thought.


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