The World Health Organisation (WHO) says that everyone who has HIV should be offered antiretroviral drugs as soon as possible after diagnosis and those patients should not wait until the disease progresses.   WHO has also recommended people at risk of HIV to be given the drugs to help prevent the infection taking hold.
Reacting to this latest policy, UNAIDS said these changes could help avert 21 million AIDS-related deaths and 28 million new infections by 2030.

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