Positive Lives #4 - Treatment as Prevention
Prof Dr Rokiah Che Ismail, Head of School, Healthy Aging, Medical Aesthetics & Regenerative Medicine at UCSI University | Datuk Dr Christopher Lee, Head of Infectious Diseases for MOH & Hospital Sungai Buloh | Prof Dato' Dr Adeeba Kamarulzaman, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at UM
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Positive Lives is a show about the human stories of Malaysia's HIV/AIDS journey. Malaysia has come a long way in the medical response towards HIV. Today, with affordable and advanced treatment, individuals with HIV can lead normal lives. Harm reduction practices including methadone maintenance and needle exchange programmes, have also greatly reduced HIV infection rates. We speak with three doctors who’ve played crucial roles in improving HIV treatment and prevention in the country.
Produced by: Kamal Solhaimi Fadzil, Loo Juosie
Presented by: Ezra Zaid
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Tags: Evening Edition, Positive Lives, HIV/AIDS, harm reduction