Talk:Cost of HIV treatment

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This article could go in many different directions. In the history of HIV almost every government in the world had broad public discussions about how to fund a response to the HIV epidemic. Many countries or regions shared the same strategies to purchase and distribute treatments, so many things could be generalized. Frequently there were protests by people who wanted treatment but could not access it. In other cases costs where, for whatever reason, simply not paid and the the epidemic was left to run as it would.

I cannot propose an outline for this article, but I think if anyone did searching of any kind there are sources for many countries telling the stories of what everyone did in response to HIV and its accompanying cost burden to treat. Blue Rasberry (talk) 17:20, 10 March 2012 (UTC)