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Daw Htwe Kyi spends most of her time at the clinic looking after her 45 year old daughter who is HIV positive and now receiving ARV treatment. Phyu Phyu Thin’s HIV/AIDS clinic in South Dagon, Rangoon, where more than 200 patients receive free treatment and care. There are an estimated 336,000 HIV positive people in Burma, yet only 10% receive treatment in a country where the government spends the least percentage of its GDP on health care of any country in the world.
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HIV: BURMA'S SILENT CRISIS
Daw Htwe Kyi spends most of her time at the clinic looking after her 45 year old daughter who is HIV positive and now receiving ARV treatment. Phyu Phyu Thin’s HIV/AIDS clinic in South Dagon, Rangoon, where more than 200 patients receive free treatment and care. There are an estimated 336,000 HIV positive people in Burma, yet only 10% receive treatment in a country where the government spends the least percentage of its GDP on health care of any country in the world.