“The world’s ability to tame tuberculosis and noncommunicable diseases like diabetes and hypertension will hinge on the quality of prevention and treatment strategies,” write authors Elizabeth Radin, Miriam Rabkin, and Wafaa El-Sadr.

“In several countries, stable [HIV] patients who prefer to visit their health-care provider less often receive multi-month supplies of medications. […] A similar approach could be taken for TB and NCDs.”

Read the full article on the Project Syndicate site.

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