Update treatment guidelines in a timely manner to ensure that more effective drugs are recommended for children as soon as pharmacokinetic (PK) and safety data is available.
World Health Organization (WHO)

Update treatment guidelines in a timely manner to ensure that more effective drugs are recommended for children as soon as pharmacokinetic (PK) and safety data is available.

WHO

WHO updated guidelines in July 2018 guidelines with inclusion of more potent regimens for neonates and children

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WHO treatment guidelines update - technical meeting spring 2018 for release by July 2018

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Guidelines were launched in Amsterdam with a dedicated satellite at AIDS2018 and at the Pediatric Workshop.

Several webinars for dissemination have already occurred in collaboration with UNICEF and APWG. Support to country adoption and adaptation is ongoing.

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