Baylor College of Medicine
Children’s Foundation - Uganda

Viral load suppression among clients helps control HIV epidemic

Viral load suppression among HIV clients is crucial for stemming the spread of the pandemic. Regular viral load testing is one of the services that the Ministry of Health recommends that an HIV client must get all services at a health center. One such client with suppressed viral load who receive all services at Iki-Iki HC III Budaka District, is Mr. Yakobo Ekurani, of Buloki village, Iki-Iki sub county, Budaka District, Eastern Uganda.

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